Goodiessubdirectory. If you are an HTML fan, look at the source text for this document with your browser. A new feature in WebSite 1.1 is the table format listing. Narrow the window of your browser to about 4 inches to see what happens! You can also view this in the older fixed-pitch format, and switch back to table format.
Name Last modified Size Description
Parent Directory 21-Feb-07 10:48 - Back to the demonstration Goodies 21-Feb-07 10:48 - Directory without headers & footers NoBrowse 21-Feb-07 10:48 - Directory with browsing disabled A Sample.html 12-Nov-94 18:51 <1K A Sample Hypertext Document note.gif 26-Jun-96 19:25 <1K Check this out! Rubout.txt 26-Jun-96 19:25 <1K text/plain
Some things to note about the above display:
note.gifentries show descriptions that are taken from a "descriptions" file within the current directory. This file is hidden from the listing because its name begins with
#, and the server is normally set up to hide all files whose names begin with
note.gifdescription is an HTML link. You canuse this to provide extended descriptions for files that need it. The link is to another hidden file
~note.html. As shipped, the server is set up to hide all files beginning with
A Sample.htmlhas a description taken from the contents of the file. The server looks for the <TITLE> tags and extracts the string enclosed. Also note that the server supports files with blanks in their names.
Rubout.txthas a description that is it's MIME type. This is (optionally) generated by the server when there is no other description (explicit or via HTML extraction). Note that you can see the real case of the file name leters.