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file tree with SSI

file tree with SSI

file tree with SSI

I'm trying to create a page on our Intranet that dynamically displays all the files and directories on it. I suppose it would be very similar to a site map, except that it doesn't necessarily have to all be linked up.

Is this something I can do with SSIs, or do I need a little more complex a code?

RE: file tree with SSI

Well, are you wanting it to update itself automatically, or is it OK if you'll have to update it manually?
I can help you find a way to fit together what you're wanting (even WITH hyperlinks) using nested tables, but you would be required to update it yourself as I'm not very familiar with server-=side languages yet.


RE: file tree with SSI

Well, I'd like to have it update itself on its own, but I may have to settle for doing it manually, and just remembering to update it every monday or something.

I'm still looking into SSL myself for this, and if I find anything, I will post it.


RE: file tree with SSI

OK, if you reach a desparation point, don't hesitate to post here again. I'll be glad to help you with a non-self updating directory tree if you aren't able to get a sel-updating one.


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