To get you started, all you need to do is go to the root folder of your server, and look for a file called either:default.asp
... it's one of them.. but I think it's the 1st one or the second one. Whichever one of them you find...... delete them or just rename them, and then add your files to that folder/directory. Actually, you can delete all of the files in your root folder, because they are the Apache files that are defaulted for whatever language you're in.
As far as changing the file structure in the httpd.conf
file....... we'll deal with that once you have completed the above part and verified that your index file
is present, and not
the Apache default page.
But, the Apache is setup to look for index
files in a particular order, and it only loads the files in the order they were set in the httpd.conf
.(example:... .asp, .htm, .php, .html,.... so it'll look for .asp 1st, then it would look for .htm, and so on until it finds an index or default
file with any of those extensions)... and if Apache don't find them at all.... the default Apache page loads, which I think is default.asp
I had to clarify the last section better.
Edited by Walkman, 08 February 2007 - 12:29 PM.