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This article describes how to use a page other than Index.htm as the default page when a Uniform Resource Locator (URL) is given without a page specification.
If a specific URL is not given, the FrontPage Personal Web Server loads the Index.htm page. For example, if the URL, "example.microsoft.com" is received, it loads example.microsoft.com/index.htm by default.
To change this designation, follow these steps:
If this page is not located in the Web, a text directory that contains hyperlinks to all existing pages will be loaded instead.
Note that changing the extensions designation from .htm to .html in the Srm.cnf file works for the default page (index.htm to index.html); however, any additional pages in the Web will not have their extension designation changed (for example, mypage.htm remains as mypage.htm).
Article ID: 150681 - Last Review: September 30, 2013 - Revision: 2.0
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