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Description:Generates directory indexes,
    automatically, similar to the Unix ls command or the
    Win32 dir shell command
Status:Base
ModuleIdentifier:autoindex_module
SourceFile:mod_autoindex.c
Summary

      The index of a directory can come from one of two
      sources:

    
      A file located in that directory, typically called
      index.html. The DirectoryIndex directive sets the
      name of the file or files to be used. This is controlled by
      mod_dir.

      Otherwise, a listing generated by the server. The other
      directives control the format of this listing. The AddIcon, AddIconByEncoding and
      AddIconByType are
      used to set a list of icons to display for various file types;
      for each file listed, the first icon listed that matches the
      file is displayed. These are controlled by
      mod_autoindex.
    
    The two functions are separated so that you can completely
    remove (or replace) automatic index generation should you want
    to.

    Automatic index generation is enabled with using
    Options +Indexes. See the
    Options directive for
    more details.

    If the FancyIndexing option is given with the IndexOptions directive,
    the column headers are links that control the order of the
    display. If you select a header link, the listing will be
    regenerated, sorted by the values in that column. Selecting the
    same header repeatedly toggles between ascending and descending
    order. These column header links are suppressed with the
    IndexOptions directive's
    SuppressColumnSorting 
    option.

    Note that when the display is sorted by "Size", it's the
    actual size of the files that's used, not the
    displayed value - so a 1010-byte file will always be displayed
    before a 1011-byte file (if in ascending order) even though
    they both are shown as "1K".

Topics

 Autoindex Request Query Arguments
Directives

 AddAlt
 AddAltByEncoding
 AddAltByType
 AddDescription
 AddIcon
 AddIconByEncoding
 AddIconByType
 DefaultIcon
 HeaderName
 IndexHeadInsert
 IndexIgnore
 IndexIgnoreReset
 IndexOptions
 IndexOrderDefault
 IndexStyleSheet
 ReadmeName

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Autoindex Request Query Arguments
    

    Various query string arguments are available to give the client
    some control over the ordering of the directory listing, as well as
    what files are listed. If you do not wish to give the client this
    control, the IndexOptions
    IgnoreClient option disables that functionality.

    The column sorting headers themselves are self-referencing
    hyperlinks that add the sort query options shown below. Any
    option below may be added to any request for the directory
    resource.

    
      C=N sorts the directory by file name

      C=M sorts the directory by last-modified
      date, then file name

      C=S sorts the directory by size, then file
      name

      C=D sorts the directory by description, then
      file name

      O=A sorts the listing in Ascending
      Order

      O=D sorts the listing in Descending
      Order

      F=0 formats the listing as a simple list
      (not FancyIndexed)

      F=1 formats the listing as a FancyIndexed
      list

      F=2 formats the listing as an
      HTMLTable FancyIndexed list

      V=0 disables version sorting

      V=1 enables version sorting

      P=pattern lists only files matching
      the given pattern
    

    Note that the 'P'attern query argument is tested
    after the usual IndexIgnore directives are processed,
    and all file names are still subjected to the same criteria as
    any other autoindex listing. The Query Arguments parser in
    mod_autoindex will stop abruptly when an unrecognized
    option is encountered. The Query Arguments must be well formed,
    according to the table above.

    The simple example below, which can be clipped and saved in
    a header.html file, illustrates these query options. Note that
    the unknown "X" argument, for the submit button, is listed last
    to assure the arguments are all parsed before mod_autoindex
    encounters the X=Go input.

    
      <form action="" method="get">
      
        Show me a <select name="F">
        
          <option value="0"> Plain list</option>
          <option value="1" selected="selected"> Fancy list</option>
          <option value="2"> Table list</option>
        
        </select>
        Sorted by <select name="C">
        
          <option value="N" selected="selected"> Name</option>
          <option value="M"> Date Modified</option>
          <option value="S"> Size</option>
          <option value="D"> Description</option>
        
        </select>
        <select name="O">
        
          <option value="A" selected="selected"> Ascending</option>
          <option value="D"> Descending</option>
        
        </select>
        <select name="V">
        
          <option value="0" selected="selected"> in Normal order</option>
          <option value="1"> in Version order</option>
        
        </select>
        Matching <input type="text" name="P" value="*" />
        <input type="submit" name="X" value="Go" />
      
      </form>
    



AddAlt Directive

Description:Alternate text to display for a file, instead of an
icon selected by filename
Syntax:AddAlt string file [file] ...
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Override:Indexes
Status:Base
Module:mod_autoindex

    AddAlt provides the alternate text to
    display for a file, instead of an icon, for FancyIndexing.
    File is a file extension, partial filename, wild-card
    expression or full filename for files to describe.
    If String contains any whitespace, you have to enclose it
    in quotes (" or '). This alternate text
    is displayed if the client is image-incapable, has image loading
    disabled, or fails to retrieve the icon.

    AddAlt "PDF file" *.pdf
AddAlt Compressed *.gz *.zip *.Z




AddAltByEncoding Directive

Description:Alternate text to display for a file instead of an icon
selected by MIME-encoding
Syntax:AddAltByEncoding string MIME-encoding
[MIME-encoding] ...
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Override:Indexes
Status:Base
Module:mod_autoindex

    AddAltByEncoding provides the alternate
    text to display for a file, instead of an icon, for FancyIndexing.
    MIME-encoding is a valid content-encoding, such as
    x-compress. If String contains any whitespace,
    you have to enclose it in quotes (" or ').
    This alternate text is displayed if the client is image-incapable,
    has image loading disabled, or fails to retrieve the icon.

    AddAltByEncoding gzip x-gzip




AddAltByType Directive

Description:Alternate text to display for a file, instead of an
icon selected by MIME content-type
Syntax:AddAltByType string MIME-type
[MIME-type] ...
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Override:Indexes
Status:Base
Module:mod_autoindex

    AddAltByType sets the alternate text to
    display for a file, instead of an icon, for FancyIndexing.
    MIME-type is a valid content-type, such as
    text/html. If String contains any whitespace,
    you have to enclose it in quotes (" or ').
    This alternate text is displayed if the client is image-incapable,
    has image loading disabled, or fails to retrieve the icon.

    AddAltByType 'plain text' text/plain




AddDescription Directive

Description:Description to display for a file
Syntax:AddDescription string file [file] ...
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Override:Indexes
Status:Base
Module:mod_autoindex

    This sets the description to display for a file, for
    FancyIndexing.
    File is a file extension, partial filename, wild-card
    expression or full filename for files to describe.
    String is enclosed in double quotes (").

    AddDescription "The planet Mars" mars.gif
AddDescription "My friend Marshall" friends/mars.gif


    The typical, default description field is 23 bytes wide. 6
    more bytes are added by the IndexOptions SuppressIcon option, 7 bytes are
    added by the IndexOptions SuppressSize option, and 19 bytes are
    added by the IndexOptions SuppressLastModified option.
    Therefore, the widest default the description column is ever
    assigned is 55 bytes.

    Since the File argument may be a partial file name,
    please remember that a too-short partial filename may match
    unintended files. For example, le.html will match the
    file le.html but will also match the file
    example.html. In the event that there may be ambiguity,
    use as complete a filename as you can, but keep in mind that the
    first match encountered will be used, and order your list of
    AddDescription directives accordingly.

    See the DescriptionWidth IndexOptions keyword for details on overriding the size
    of this column, or allowing descriptions of unlimited length.

    Caution
      Descriptive text defined with AddDescription
      may contain HTML markup, such as tags and character entities. If the
      width of the description column should happen to truncate a tagged
      element (such as cutting off the end of a bolded phrase), the
      results may affect the rest of the directory listing.
    

    Arguments with path information
      Absolute paths are not currently supported and do not match
      anything at runtime. Arguments with relative path information,
      which would normally only be used in htaccess context, are implicitly 
      prefixed with '*/' to avoid matching partial directory names.
    




AddIcon Directive

Description:Icon to display for a file selected by name
Syntax:AddIcon icon name [name]
...
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Override:Indexes
Status:Base
Module:mod_autoindex

    This sets the icon to display next to a file ending in
    name for FancyIndexing. Icon is either a (%-escaped)
    relative URL to the icon, a fully qualified remote URL, or of the format 
    (alttext,url) where alttext
    is the text tag given for an icon for non-graphical browsers.

    Name is either ^^DIRECTORY^^ for directories,
    ^^BLANKICON^^ for blank lines (to format the list
    correctly), a file extension, a wildcard expression, a partial
    filename or a complete filename.

    ^^BLANKICON^^ is only used for formatting, and so
    is unnecessary if you're using IndexOptions
    HTMLTable.

    #Examples
AddIcon (IMG,/icons/image.png) .gif .jpg .png
AddIcon /icons/dir.png ^^DIRECTORY^^
AddIcon /icons/backup.png *~


    AddIconByType
    should be used in preference to AddIcon,
    when possible.



AddIconByEncoding Directive

Description:Icon to display next to files selected by MIME
content-encoding
Syntax:AddIconByEncoding icon MIME-encoding
[MIME-encoding] ...
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Override:Indexes
Status:Base
Module:mod_autoindex

    This sets the icon to display next to files with FancyIndexing.
    Icon is either a (%-escaped) relative URL to the icon,
    a fully qualified remote URL,
    or of the format (alttext,url)
    where alttext is the text tag given for an icon for
    non-graphical browsers.

    MIME-encoding is a valid content-encoding, such as
    x-compress.

    AddIconByEncoding /icons/compress.png x-compress




AddIconByType Directive

Description:Icon to display next to files selected by MIME
content-type
Syntax:AddIconByType icon MIME-type
[MIME-type] ...
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Override:Indexes
Status:Base
Module:mod_autoindex

    This sets the icon to display next to files of type
    MIME-type for FancyIndexing.
    Icon is either a (%-escaped) relative URL to the icon,
    a fully qualified remote URL,
    or of the format (alttext,url)
    where alttext is the text tag given for an icon for
    non-graphical browsers.

    MIME-type is a wildcard expression matching
    required the mime types.

    AddIconByType (IMG,/icons/image.png) image/*




DefaultIcon Directive

Description:Icon to display for files when no specific icon is
configured
Syntax:DefaultIcon url-path
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Override:Indexes
Status:Base
Module:mod_autoindex

    The DefaultIcon directive sets the icon
    to display for files when no specific icon is known, for FancyIndexing.
    Url-path is a (%-escaped) relative URL to the icon,
    or a fully qualified remote URL.

    DefaultIcon /icon/unknown.png




HeaderName Directive

Description:Name of the file that will be inserted at the top
of the index listing
Syntax:HeaderName filename
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Override:Indexes
Status:Base
Module:mod_autoindex

    The HeaderName directive sets the name
    of the file that will be inserted at the top of the index
    listing. Filename is the name of the file to include.

    HeaderName HEADER.html


    
      Both HeaderName and ReadmeName now treat
      Filename as a URI path relative to the one used to
      access the directory being indexed. If Filename begins
      with a slash, it will be taken to be relative to the DocumentRoot.

      HeaderName /include/HEADER.html


      Filename must resolve to a document with a major
      content type of text/* (e.g.,
      text/html, text/plain, etc.). This means
      that filename may refer to a CGI script if the script's
      actual file type (as opposed to its output) is marked as
      text/html such as with a directive like:

      AddType text/html .cgi


      Content negotiation
      will be performed if Options
      MultiViews is in effect. If filename resolves
      to a static text/html document (not a CGI script) and
      either one of the options
      Includes or IncludesNOEXEC is enabled,
      the file will be processed for server-side includes (see the
      mod_include documentation).
    

    If the file specified by HeaderName contains
    the beginnings of an HTML document (<html>, <head>, etc.)
    then you will probably want to set IndexOptions
    +SuppressHTMLPreamble, so that these tags are not
    repeated.

See also

ReadmeName



IndexHeadInsert Directive

Description:Inserts text in the HEAD section of an index page.
Syntax:IndexHeadInsert "markup ..."
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Override:Indexes
Status:Base
Module:mod_autoindex

    The IndexHeadInsert directive specifies a
    string to insert in the <head> section of the HTML
    generated for the index page.
    IndexHeadInsert "<link rel=\"sitemap\" href=\"/sitemap.html\">"




IndexIgnore Directive

Description:Adds to the list of files to hide when listing
a directory
Syntax:IndexIgnore file [file] ...
Default:IndexIgnore "."
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Override:Indexes
Status:Base
Module:mod_autoindex

    The IndexIgnore directive adds to the
    list of files to hide when listing a directory. File is a
    shell-style wildcard expression or full
    filename. Multiple IndexIgnore directives add
    to the list, rather than replacing the list of ignored
    files. By default, the list contains . (the current
    directory).

    IndexIgnore .??* *~ *# HEADER* README* RCS CVS *,v *,t


    Regular Expressions
      This directive does not currently work in configuration sections
      that have regular expression arguments, such as  <DirectoryMatch>
      
    



IndexIgnoreReset Directive

Description:Empties the list of files to hide when listing
a directory
Syntax:IndexIgnoreReset ON|OFF
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Override:Indexes
Status:Base
Module:mod_autoindex
Compatibility:2.3.10 and later

    The IndexIgnoreReset directive removes
    any files ignored by IndexIgnore otherwise
    inherited from other configuration sections. 

    <Directory "/var/www">
    IndexIgnore *.bak .??* *~ *# HEADER* README* RCS CVS *,v *,t
</Directory>
<Directory "/var/www/backups">
    IndexIgnoreReset ON
    IndexIgnore .??* *# HEADER* README* RCS CVS *,v *,t
</Directory>


     Review the default configuration for a list of
    patterns that you might want to explicitly ignore after using this
    directive.



IndexOptions Directive

Description:Various configuration settings for directory
indexing
Syntax:IndexOptions  [+|-]option [[+|-]option]
...
Default:By default, no options are enabled.
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Override:Indexes
Status:Base
Module:mod_autoindex

    The IndexOptions directive specifies the
    behavior of the directory indexing. Option can be one
    of

    
      AddAltClass
      Adds an additional CSS class declaration to each row of the
      directory listing table when IndexOptions HTMLTable
      is in effect and an IndexStyleSheet is defined.
      Rather than the standard even and odd
      classes that would otherwise be applied to each row of the table,
      a class of even-ALT or
      odd-ALT where ALT is either the
      standard alt text associated with the file style (eg. snd,
      txt, img, etc) or the alt text defined by one of
      the various AddAlt* directives.
      

      Charset=character-set (Apache HTTP Server 2.0.61 and
      later)

      The Charset keyword allows you to
      specify the character set of the generated page. The
      default is UTF-8 on Windows and Mac OS X,
      and ISO-8859-1 elsewhere.
      (It depends on whether the underlying file system
      uses Unicode filenames or not.)

      IndexOptions Charset=UTF-8

      

      DescriptionWidth=[n | *]

      The DescriptionWidth keyword allows you to
      specify the width of the description column in
      characters.

      -DescriptionWidth (or unset) allows
      mod_autoindex to calculate the best width.

      DescriptionWidth=n fixes the column width to
      n bytes wide.

      DescriptionWidth=* grows the column to the
      width necessary to accommodate the longest description
      string.

      See the section on AddDescription for dangers
      inherent in truncating descriptions.

      FancyIndexing

      This turns on fancy indexing of directories.

      FoldersFirst

      If this option is enabled, subdirectory listings will
      always appear first, followed by normal files in the
      directory. The listing is basically broken into two
      components, the files and the subdirectories, and each is
      sorted separately and then displayed subdirectories-first.
      For instance, if the sort order is descending by name, and
      FoldersFirst is enabled, subdirectory
      Zed will be listed before subdirectory
      Beta, which will be listed before normal files
      Gamma and Alpha. 
      This option only has an effect if FancyIndexing
      is also enabled.
      

      HTMLTable

      This option with FancyIndexing constructs
      a simple table for the fancy directory listing.
      It is necessary for utf-8 enabled platforms or if file
      names or description text will alternate between
      left-to-right and right-to-left reading order.

      IconsAreLinks

      This makes the icons part of the anchor for the filename, for
      fancy indexing.

      IconHeight[=pixels]

      Presence of this option, when used with IconWidth,
      will cause the server to include height and
      width attributes in the img tag for the file
      icon. This allows browser to precalculate the page layout without having
      to wait until all the images have been loaded. If no value is given for
      the option, it defaults to the standard height of the icons supplied
      with the Apache httpd software.
     
      This option
      only has an effect if FancyIndexing is also enabled.

      

      IconWidth[=pixels]

      Presence of this option, when used with IconHeight,
      will cause the server to include height and
      width attributes in the img tag for
      the file icon. This allows browser to precalculate the page
      layout without having to wait until all the images have been
      loaded. If no value is given for the option, it defaults to
      the standard width of the icons supplied with the Apache httpd
      software.

      IgnoreCase

      If this option is enabled, names are sorted in a case-insensitive
      manner.  For instance, if the sort order is ascending by name, and
      IgnoreCase is enabled, file Zeta  will be listed after
      file alfa (Note: file GAMMA will always be listed before file gamma).
      

      IgnoreClient

      This option causes mod_autoindex to ignore all
      query variables from the client, including sort order (implies
      SuppressColumnSorting.)

      NameWidth=[n
               | *]

      The NameWidth keyword allows you to specify the width
      of the filename column in bytes.

      -NameWidth (or unset) allows mod_autoindex to calculate the best width, but only up
      to 20 bytes wide.

      NameWidth=n fixes the column width to
      n bytes wide.

      NameWidth=* grows the column to the necessary
      width.

      ScanHTMLTitles

      This enables the extraction of the title from HTML documents
      for fancy indexing. If the file does not have a description
      given by AddDescription
      then httpd will read the document for the value of the
      title element. This is CPU and disk intensive.

      ShowForbidden

      If specified, Apache httpd will show files normally hidden because
      the subrequest returned HTTP_UNAUTHORIZED or
      HTTP_FORBIDDEN

      SuppressColumnSorting

      If specified, Apache httpd will not make the column headings in a
      FancyIndexed directory listing into links for sorting. The
      default behavior is for them to be links; selecting the
      column heading will sort the directory listing by the values
      in that column. However, query string arguments which are appended
      to the URL will still be honored. That behavior is controlled by IndexOptions
      IgnoreClient.

      SuppressDescription

      This will suppress the file description in fancy indexing
      listings. By default, no file descriptions are defined, and
      so the use of this option will regain 23 characters of screen
      space to use for something else. See AddDescription for information about setting the file
      description. See also the DescriptionWidth
      index option to limit the size of the description column.
      
      This option
      only has an effect if FancyIndexing is also enabled.
      

      SuppressHTMLPreamble

      If the directory actually contains a file specified by the
      HeaderName
      directive, the module usually includes the contents of the file
      after a standard HTML preamble (<html>,
      <head>, et cetera). The
      SuppressHTMLPreamble option disables this behaviour,
      causing the module to start the display with the header file
      contents. The header file must contain appropriate HTML instructions
      in this case. If there is no header file, the preamble is generated
      as usual. If you also specify a ReadmeName, and if that file
      exists, The closing </body></html> tags are also
      ommitted from the output, under the assumption that you'll likely
      put those closing tags in that file.

      SuppressIcon

      This will suppress the icon in fancy indexing listings.
      Combining both SuppressIcon and
      SuppressRules yields proper HTML 3.2 output, which
      by the final specification prohibits img and
      hr elements from the pre block (used to
      format FancyIndexed listings.)

      SuppressLastModified

      This will suppress the display of the last modification date,
      in fancy indexing listings.
      
      This option
      only has an effect if FancyIndexing is also enabled.
      

      SuppressRules
      

      This will suppress the horizontal rule lines (hr
      elements) in directory listings. Combining both SuppressIcon and
      SuppressRules yields proper HTML 3.2 output, which
      by the final specification prohibits img and
      hr elements from the pre block (used to
      format FancyIndexed listings.)
      
      This option
      only has an effect if FancyIndexing is also enabled.

      

      SuppressSize

      This will suppress the file size in fancy indexing listings.
      
      This option
      only has an effect if FancyIndexing is also enabled.
      

      TrackModified

      This returns the Last-Modified and ETag
      values for the listed directory in the HTTP header. It is only valid
      if the operating system and file system return appropriate stat()
      results. Some Unix systems do so, as do OS2's JFS and Win32's
      NTFS volumes. OS2 and Win32 FAT volumes, for example, do not.
      Once this feature is enabled, the client or proxy can track
      changes to the list of files when they perform a HEAD
      request. Note some operating systems correctly track new and
      removed files, but do not track changes for sizes or dates of
      the files within the directory. Changes to the size
      or date stamp of an existing file will not update the
      Last-Modified header on all Unix platforms.
      If this is a concern, leave this option disabled.

      Type=MIME content-type (Apache HTTP Server 2.0.61 and
      later)

      The Type keyword allows you to
      specify the MIME content-type of the generated page. The default
      is text/html.

      IndexOptions Type=text/plain

      

      UseOldDateFormat
      (Apache HTTP Server 2.4.26 and later)

      The date format used for the Last Modified field was 
      inadvertently changed to "%Y-%m-%d %H:%M" from 
      "%d-%b-%Y %H:%M" in 2.4.0. Setting this option 
      restores the date format from 2.2 and earlier.

      VersionSort
      (Apache HTTP Server 2.0a3 and later)

      The VersionSort keyword causes files containing
      version numbers to sort in a natural way. Strings are sorted as
      usual, except that substrings of digits in the name and
      description are compared according to their numeric value.

      Example:
        foo-1.7
        foo-1.7.2
        foo-1.7.12
        foo-1.8.2
        foo-1.8.2a
        foo-1.12
      

      If the number starts with a zero, then it is considered to
      be a fraction:

      
        foo-1.001
        foo-1.002
        foo-1.030
        foo-1.04
      
      

      XHTML
      (Apache HTTP Server 2.0.49 and later)

      The XHTML keyword forces mod_autoindex
      to emit XHTML 1.0 code instead of HTML 3.2.
      This option
      only has an effect if FancyIndexing is also enabled.
      

    


   
   Incremental IndexOptions
   
     Be aware of how multiple IndexOptions are
     handled.

     
     Multiple IndexOptions directives for a
     single directory are now merged together. The result of:

     <Directory "/foo">
    IndexOptions HTMLTable
    IndexOptions SuppressColumnsorting
</Directory>


     will be the equivalent of

     IndexOptions HTMLTable SuppressColumnsorting

     

     The addition of the incremental syntax (i.e., prefixing
     keywords with + or -).
     

     Whenever a '+' or '-' prefixed keyword is encountered, it
     is applied to the current IndexOptions
     settings (which may have been inherited from an upper-level
     directory). However, whenever an unprefixed keyword is processed, it
     clears all inherited options and any incremental settings encountered
     so far. Consider the following example:

     IndexOptions +ScanHTMLTitles -IconsAreLinks FancyIndexing
IndexOptions +SuppressSize


     The net effect is equivalent to IndexOptions FancyIndexing
     +SuppressSize, because the unprefixed FancyIndexing
     discarded the incremental keywords before it, but allowed them to
     start accumulating again afterward.

     To unconditionally set the IndexOptions for
     a particular directory, clearing the inherited settings, specify
     keywords without any + or - prefixes.
   
   



IndexOrderDefault Directive

Description:Sets the default ordering of the directory index
Syntax:IndexOrderDefault Ascending|Descending
Name|Date|Size|Description
Default:IndexOrderDefault Ascending Name
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Override:Indexes
Status:Base
Module:mod_autoindex

    The IndexOrderDefault directive is used
    in combination with the FancyIndexing index option. By default, fancyindexed
    directory listings are displayed in ascending order by filename; the
    IndexOrderDefault allows you to change this
    initial display order.

    IndexOrderDefault takes two
    arguments. The first must be either Ascending or
    Descending, indicating the direction of the sort.
    The second argument must be one of the keywords Name,
    Date, Size, or Description,
    and identifies the primary key. The secondary key is
    always the ascending filename.

    You can, if desired, prevent the client from reordering the list
    by also adding the SuppressColumnSorting
    index option to remove the sort link from the top of the column,
    along with the IgnoreClient index
    option to prevent them from manually adding sort options to the
    query string in order to override your ordering preferences.



IndexStyleSheet Directive

Description:Adds a CSS stylesheet to the directory index
Syntax:IndexStyleSheet url-path
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Override:Indexes
Status:Base
Module:mod_autoindex

    The IndexStyleSheet directive sets the name of
    the file that will be used as the CSS for the index listing.
    
    IndexStyleSheet "/css/style.css"


    Using this directive in conjunction with IndexOptions
    HTMLTable adds a number of CSS classes to the resulting HTML.
    The entire table is given a CSS id of indexlist and the
    following classes are associated with the various parts of the
    listing:

    ClassDefinition
tr.indexheadHeader row of listing
th.indexcolicon and td.indexcolicon Icon column
th.indexcolname and td.indexcolname File name column
th.indexcollastmod and td.indexcollastmod Last modified column
th.indexcolsize and td.indexcolsize File size column
th.indexcoldesc and td.indexcoldesc Description column
tr.breakrow Horizontal rule at the bottom of the table
tr.odd and tr.even Alternating even and odd rows





ReadmeName Directive

Description:Name of the file that will be inserted at the end
of the index listing
Syntax:ReadmeName filename
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Override:Indexes
Status:Base
Module:mod_autoindex

    The ReadmeName directive sets the name
    of the file that will be appended to the end of the index
    listing. Filename is the name of the file to include, and
    is taken to be relative to the location being indexed. If
    Filename begins with a slash, as in example 2, it will be taken to be
    relative to the DocumentRoot.
    

    # Example 1
ReadmeName FOOTER.html


    # Example 2
ReadmeName /include/FOOTER.html


    See also HeaderName, where this behavior is described in greater
    detail.




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