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From "Nick Black" <>
Subject [users@httpd] Web directory structure and redirects
Date Mon, 05 Feb 2007 08:57:51 GMT

I've got this sort of thing to work before, but I just cant make it
happed this time round. I have:


DocumentRoot /var/www/

So when a web browser is pointed at - the spler/index.html is
displayed.  But because DocumentRoot is /var/www/ , its
isnt possible to acces files in blah/images.

I'd like users to access blah/images, through a url:

But I also want

To display the index.html contained in spler/ .  So I should be able to use:

Alias images/ var/www/

But I cant - the redirect just doesnt seem to happen. The access log
and error logs show nothing.

Do I need to change the directory sturcture, or can I use some
redirects to achieve my goals?

Thanks in advance,

Nick Black

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