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I have a page that I’ve been working on that gives me direct links to the administration and stat pages for many sites including my own, but also those that I host. It also has links to various and sundry other tools (Googles adsense/adwords/analytics/sitemaps/etc.etc.etc.) as well as other links that I’ve found useful in managing/monitoring the various sites. I accidently uploaded it to the site a while ago (index.html supercedes index.php)… whoops – corrected around 10:30 – sorry about that. I forgot that at one point I had it hosted on the site in a password protected directory and recently chose to keep it on the local machine. I’m not quite sure I’m here this morning now.

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One Response to “Whoops!”

  1. Saving you from yourself or specifying which index file to use with apache-- Avery J. Parker - Web site hosting and computer service Says:


    [...] As I said, I mistakenly uploaded a page of links that I use for the main administration across many sites to this domain. Unfortunately, the server preferred using the index.html to the index.php that serves up the USUAL home page. So, for about an hour after my slipup…. the main page for this site showed a page full of links to admin logins/stat monitors, google utilities, etc. etc. (At least I’m not dumb enough to have put in password information.) Anyway…. I thought, how should I protect myself from doing that again? .htaccess is the answer…. [...]


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