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Express my web list is ‘C: /my documents’ and from it I have a new folder called ‘website1′ So to get to it I would type: http: //localhost/website1/ These days, is it doable to edit httpd. conf so I just have to type this specific: http: //localhost/website1 (without the / within the end) With thanks Try: Code: Alias /website1 /website1 (IIRC) That would try to be for one folder while wouldn’t it Think about making it so I do not have to type the / in for any folders Add an alias minus the " /" Maybe you have checked whether UseCanonicalName is placed on In that case, disable it. Sean ie. UseCanonicalName off … around httpd. conf Sean Furthermore check the Crawls… by default the only real default document is definitely index. html, probably have to add in. php,. htm etc for whatever you employ. PS Mine works that way by default (after incorporating in index. php in order to my indexes) WE already did of which And due to all that made it simpler for, I will experiment with these suggestions tommorow. Sean, the item worked great, with thanks.