Richard Porter wrote on 19 Feb: > I have the same problem. I'm running WebJames with its root directory > as the directory containing my web sites. That means that "/" on the > local site takes me back to the top level and not the root of the site > I want.
Eureka! I tried setting a system variable in Choices.Webjames.Attributes, on the DocumentRoot line and Webjames happily served it. So in that attributes file I now have DocumentRoot <webjames-thissite$dir> and in the root directory of each of my sites I now have an obeyfile called !!hey-Webjames (the plings to put it at the top) containing set webjames-thissite$dir <obey$dir> filer_run SSD.$.Network.Servers.!Webjames (your pathname might differ) Put a copy of the identical obeyfile into the root of each site. So when I want to point Webjames at a single specific local site, simply doubleclick !!hey-Webjames in that site's root directory. In Netsurf's URL bar type just "localhost" and Webjames serves it. (Webjames doesn't seem to mind the apparently repeated filer_run line when it has already been running for a previous site.) -- Jim Nagel www.archivemag.co.uk || See you at the show? www.riscos-swshow.co.uk Feb 24