madunix at gmail.com
Sun Aug 2 14:27:03 UTC 2009
yes, it works,,,
Edit the httpd.conf file:
Options All Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews
To disable directory browsing carefully I removed the line that says: Indexes
Options All FollowSymLinks MultiViews
Restart apache web server and that's it
What about other points?
On Sun, Aug 2, 2009 at 4:07 PM, Jake Shipton<jakems at hotmail.co.uk> wrote:
> On 02/08/09 14:41, madunix wrote:
>> I have the following issues on a website, would like to know how would
>> you resolve these issue?
>> 1- CSS is not used efficient.
>> 2- Search engine need to be optimized.
>> 3- Java Scripts are placed between HTML tags.
>> 4- Redirecting homepage through JS code, using client side
>> 5- Web page delay, a lot of objects.
>> 6- Disable listings directories from apache (how)
>> 7- web not compatible with Firefox
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> Hmm, seems to be like it needs a "complete overhaul" meaning...
> probably best to start from scratch.
> As for disabling listings. There is two methods.
> one of which is to edit httpd.conf and the other is if .htaccess is
> enabled, then you could use some .htaccess lines to do so.
> Be careful with .htaccess, could lead to exploitation if not made
> And it does not compatible with Firefox either? Who would do that?
> It's kind of like disabling half the internet users.
> Anyhow, assuming the web server is Linux, to disable directory
> listing edit this file: /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
> You should fine a line like so:* *
> Options All Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews
> Change to:
> Options All FollowSymLinks MultiViews
> That should do the trick :-)
> Hope this helps somewhat :-)
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