My Site Displays "Index Of"

This is caused by not having a home page file inside your public_html folder - named index.html.

Once you upload your homepage file onto your hositng space, the message will go away and your new home page will load. Our servers recognise a number of file names as home pages: the most common ones are index.html, index.htm and index.php

You can change the way the indexing behaves by using "Index Manager" inside your cpanel interface. Using this facility will allow you to hide the directory index completely, or display full file name details if no index page is present.

Was this answer helpful?

 Print this Article

Also Read

Old Pages At My Site

If you have updated your website but you still see the old pages, double check that you uploaded...

How do I get SSH Access?

By Default, Secure Shell Access is disabled on all accounts. If you require SSH access enabling...

Hits And Page Views

Hits are the number of files that are requested from the server. This includes images, graphics,...

Uploading Your Site Files

This article is concerned with file management. It outlines the available methods for uploading...

Moving an Addon Domain to it's Own Plan

For each Addon domain you want to "convert" to it's own plan...1. Download your addon domain's...