-= JB =-
sundown at pacifier.com
Tue Jun 9 19:18:21 CDT 2009
Thanks for the reply and info, Alex.
I am new to websites and the docs are not too good yet.
This helps a lot.
On Jun 9, 2009, at 3:48 PM, Alex Tweedly wrote:
> -= JB =- wrote:
>> With on-rev you can put files into your public folder and anyone
>> who accesses
>> your index can access your files. When you move them up to your
>> on-rev site
>> level nobody can see your files unless they have logged in as the
>> How secure is this? Can people somehow access your files and
>> therefore it is
>> not wise put anything on your site unless you consider it public
>> but know that if
>> you move it up it does make it harder for people to access it? Is
>> there a way to
>> make your files secure with other programs?
> Generally, you should keep files that you want on your default
> domain (i.e. for me that's www.alextweedly.on-rev.com ) within your
> public_html directory. That directory, and any sub-folders of it,
> will either be
> - a folder where you keep html and similar files
> and you should usually have a file called index.html (or
> index.irev, or index.php, ...)
> and any time someone accesses http://www.alextweedly.on-
> rev.com/ they see the index file's contents - so they
> can't get to your other files (except through links, or
> by knowing their names)
> - a folder you don't expect people to access directly
> either put in an index.html (...) to prevent access, or
> you can use the .htaccess file to directly prevent it.
> htaccess11.shtml for how to use this).
> (Personally, I would always just create an index.irev (or
> index.html) in every directory :-)
> -- Alex.
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