Yes, you can delete the index.html before you put the new files up.
You could also alternatively just make your default document in
frontpage index.html instead of index.htm so that you don't have this
problem anymore regardless of server type.... :)
On 12/11/06, Charlie Rubenstein <charlier (at mark) fuse.net> wrote:
> I went ahead and reinstalled the whole OS again to start from scratch. I
> have only created ONE virtual site. Before I FTP my site from Frontpage to
> the new box, should I go in to the site directory on the CentOS box and
> delete the existing .html file (which I guess will be the "placeholder')?
> From: William J.A. Brillinger [mailto:billy (at mark) pdcweb.net]
> Sent: Monday, December 11, 2006 10:35 PM
> To: coba-e (at mark) bluequartz.org; charlier (at mark) fuse.net
> Subject: [coba-e:08161] Re: Help with BlueQuartz server
> You'll need to delete the index.html file. (index.html is loaded before
> - Bill
> At 08:47 PM 12/11/2006, you wrote:
> I installed the CentOS/BlueQuartz CD that I downloaded from Nuone.net. I
> have the server running, and have TRIED to set up a website using FrontPage.
> I have been running the site successfully on an XP box running IIS. I FTP'd
> the whole site from FrontPage using my admin login password, but when I
> (locally) go to the server IP, I get a Welcome Page that says it is a place
> holder for the site. I know that I sent over the index.htm file as well. I
> know I sound totally ignorant, but …..well, I am.
> What am I doing wrong?
> William J.A. Brillinger
> Precision Design Co.
> E-Mail: mailto:billy (at mark) pdcweb.net
> Web site: http://www.pdcweb.net
> Phone: (204) 327-5524
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