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How to make Squishdot the root folder?
Squishdot Posted by Dood on Thursday April 13, 09:00PM, 2000
from the im-cant-figure-it-out dept.
Anyone know how to get the Squishdot folder to be the root folder? Basically, I want it to appear like this site.

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    Re: How to make Squishdot the root folder?
    by Paul Marks on Friday April 14, 10:06AM, 2000
    Use SiteAccess, Zope's virtual hosting product. You can get it at the Zope Products page.

    -- Paul
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    Re: How to make Squishdot the root folder?
    by Dangerous on Monday April 17, 06:34PM, 2000
    Hide it behind a proxy and let the proxy
    do the work.

    Took one line in our squid's redirect-accel.pl
    to re-root the whole site.
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    Re: How to make Squishdot the root folder?
    by Tom on Friday April 28, 07:17PM, 2000
    A cheesy quick way....

    on the root page insert a met tag to refresh to the squishdot page. For wsmf i did this..


    content="0; URL=http://wsmf.org:8080/weblog">

    Its a nice way to transition and a great easy way for the lazy bobistic admin:)-
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    • Re: How to make Squishdot the root folder?
      by Tom on Friday April 28, 07:21PM, 2000
      oops


      < meta http-equiv="Refresh" content="0; URL=http://wsmf.org:8080/weblog" >

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