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Microsoft: FrontPage FAQ

How To

display a directorys contents on a html page. by DelphiAaron
Posted: 22 Mar 04

if you can run perl scripts then give dirwrap ago

http://scripts.dmag.org/

DirWrap is a CGI script written in PERL that takes the contents of a specified directory and wraps it in an html template of your choice. It was written primarily to provide a means for outputting directory contents on web servers that are configured to disallow directory listings via URL but it can be used with any web server that allows CGI scripts to be run.

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