Creating a Fancy Index

If the FancyIndexing option is specified on the IndexOptions directive, httpd creates a directory list that includes graphics, links, and other fancy features. The following options define the graphics and features used in the fancy directory listing:

IndexIgnore Lists the files that should not be included in the directory listing. Files can be specified by name, by partial name, by extension, or by standard wildcard characters.

HeaderName Defines the name of a file that contains information to be displayed at the top of the directory listing.

ReadmeName Defines the name of a file that contains information to be displayed at the bottom of the directory listing.

AddIcon Defines the icon file used to represent a file based on the filename extension.

DefaultIcon Defines the icon file used to represent a file that has not been given an icon by any other option.

AddIconByEncoding Defines the icon file used to represent a file based on the MIME encoding type of the file.

AddIconByType Defines the icon file used to represent a file based on the file's MIME file type.

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