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  Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X, Part 4
Subject:   Using an alias for index.html
Date:   2002-07-13 11:07:24
From:   sacerdos
I have a large site I created with GoLive. I would like to have Apache serve the site using an index.html document that would allow me to avoid restructuring the site. Using an alias, placed in /Library/Webserver/Documents, for the default index document would seem to be a way to do this, but my browser only draws a blank page.


Comments in the conf file indicate that aliases can be used to point to other locations. What am I missing?