I've hoping someone can help me with something that's
probably quite basic, but which I haven't found an answer to in
either the online help or forums.
When I create a new site, then create web pages, I prefer to
use meaningful folder names and default file names. For example, a
web site about software might have pages for getting started,
frequently asked questions, and so on.
I can do this in two ways;
- use filenames such as gettingstarted.htm, faq.htm, and so
- using subfolders and the web server's default filename,
such as gettingstarted\index.htm and faq\index.htm
I know what the default file name is on the web server so it
works fine when I upload stuff. However, when I want to preview the
local copy, it doesn't work properly because I'm using a file-based
working directory (not a web server) and the previews simply open
the folders in a standard folder view.
I'm sure there's a setting somewhere that says for a
particular site, the default file name is "index.htm" (or whatever)
so that I can preview correctly. It's not in the site settings.