How can I configure Apache to show all file types? [SOLVED]

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How can I configure Apache to show all file types? [SOLVED]

Postby harkonenn » 23. May 2013 14:05

I'm not familiar with the details of Apache configuration, so please forgive my ignorance. I'd like to allow all file types to be shown in directory listings on my local server. For example, if I browse a directory such as "localhost/my_directory/" I can see file types like .html, .php, .css, etc. But, some file types like .md (markdown) do not show in the listing, although there are present.

I appreciate any help, thanks!
Last edited by harkonenn on 24. May 2013 18:12, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: How can I configure Apache to show all file types?

Postby hackattack142 » 24. May 2013 00:40

Hello,

I would suggest a good place to start would be "/xampp/apache/conf/extra/httpd-autoindex.conf"

The ones being filtered might be matching the default IndexIgnore directive.
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Re: How can I configure Apache to show all file types?

Postby harkonenn » 24. May 2013 18:11

That was perfect, thanks!
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