On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 9:13 PM, Kent Frazier <frazier...@sbcglobal.net>
> Change the name of index.php to index1.php and access using that name?
That almost works. It allows me to open the index(1).php home page from my
link in index.html, but if I try to go any deeper, it loads the index.html
(while, interestingly, having the .php's deeper-level URL in the URL
address bar of the web-browser). So apparently, the rest of the .php-based
site expects its own index.php file to exist.
> On 2/22/2018 2:38 PM, Kent West wrote:
> I have a WordPress site that works. If my
> file is set with the "DirectoryIndex index.php" directive, all is well, and
> pointing a web-browser to http://sitename.org loads the sitename's
> index.php file as it should.
> But I need to temporarily put up a dummy site, consisting of just a very
> simply index.html file. That's easy enough; I create the index.html file,
> and then change the sitename.conf file to "DirectoryIndex index.html" and
> restart Apache2. All is good.
> But I still need to manually be able to get to the full-blown .php-based
> site. When I web-browse to sitename/index.php, it reroutes to
> sitename/index.html. If I change the .conf file to "DirectoryIndex
> index.html index.php" and restart Apache2, that doesn't help.
> It seems I can serve index.html OR index.php, but not both at the same
> time (depending on the URL entered into the web-browser's URL bar).
> Bonus points after getting this to work: Adding a button in the
> "index.html" file that allows the viewer to "Click here to get to Full
> Site" that points to "index.php".
> I've been googling all morning and part of last night to figure this out,
> with no joy. Thanks for any help you can throw my way!
> Kent West <")))><
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