PDA

View Full Version : Where is it?



some1
2006-04-03, 05:03
Where is the main Index.html file stored?
Or the folder?
I know its gotta have "home.html" in it, but i just can't find it!
*i know it has home in it cos if you go
http://127.0.0.1:9000/home.html
it brings up a page, so meaning that home.html is in the root folder of WWW? yea?*

mherger
2006-04-03, 05:12
> Where is the main Index.html file stored?

There's the slimserver/HTML/ folder which contains subfolders for every
skin. If you can't a file in your skin's folder, then it's inherited form
EN.

--

Michael

-----------------------------------------------------------
Help translate SlimServer by using the
SlimString Translation Helper (http://www.herger.net/slim/)

some1
2006-04-03, 05:17
Where are the "inherited form " stored?
Reason is because, i want to disable/remove the menu "Server Settings"...

Siduhe
2006-04-03, 05:21
In which case you may want to check out the NoSetup plugin which does exactly that:

http://www.herger.net/slim-plugins/detail.php?nr=428&kategorie=slim-plugins

[In case Michael's too polite to blow his own trumpet by plugging his own plugin...]

some1
2006-04-03, 05:22
just what i was looking for!
Thanks!

mherger
2006-04-03, 05:31
> [In case Michael's too polite to blow his own trumpet by plugging his
> own plugin...]

Oh no, I just was doing my dayjob for a few minutes.

BTW: have you tried SlimRemote? ;-)

--

Michael

-----------------------------------------------------------
Help translate SlimServer by using the
SlimString Translation Helper (http://www.herger.net/slim/)

funkstar
2006-04-03, 06:00
[In case Michael's too polite to blow his own trumpet by plugging his own plugin...]
I've never witnessed Michael being too plite to point out his own plugins :)

some1
2006-04-03, 06:44
> [In case Michael's too polite to blow his own trumpet by plugging his
> own plugin...]

Oh no, I just was doing my dayjob for a few minutes.

BTW: have you tried SlimRemote? ;-)

--

Michael




-----------------------------------------------------------
Help translate SlimServer by using the
SlimString Translation Helper (http://www.herger.net/slim/)

no, could you talk me thought it?

mherger
2006-04-03, 07:32
>> [In case Michael's too polite to blow his own trumpet by plugging his
>> own plugin...]
> I've never witnessed Michael being too plite to point out his own
> plugins :)

I used to play the trombone - it's bigger, it's better, it's louder!

--

Michael

-----------------------------------------------------------
Help translate SlimServer by using the
SlimString Translation Helper (http://www.herger.net/slim/)