bennet

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CPanel, doesn't support index.php or default.php? Why? Which the solution?
My supplier said that cpanel doesn't open with index.php/default.php. That is possible?
 

haze

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You would either need to edit the httpd.conf file or create a .htaccess file with the following:

DirectoryIndex default.php

Its not Cpanel that doesn't support this, its apache's settings.
 

gordita

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The httpd.conf file is located in /usr/local/apache/conf

You might want to be concered if your supplier doesn't understand the basics of web server functionality, they should've been able to tell you how to fix this :(
 

haze

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[quote:1d72e702e2][i:1d72e702e2]Originally posted by gordita[/i:1d72e702e2]

The httpd.conf file is located in /usr/local/apache/conf

You might want to be concered if your supplier doesn't understand the basics of web server functionality, they should've been able to tell you how to fix this :(

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Perhaps it is an unmanaged server? In which case it would be the customers responsibility to know or find out these things on his or her own. At least thats what I got out of it.
 

bennet

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it worked!!

IN .htaccess file it worked perfectly.

Thank you.

I includes in the file, this:
DirectoryIndex default.php