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HTML page to replace default IIS listing when no index is present

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Hi All,

Just wondering if anyone can hack up a quick page or provide me with one for the purpose.

We have an IIS server with a virtual directory setup to a file share where we will be dumping files/creating directories on a daily basis. For the purposes the default directory listing is OK (that is, what is displayed when there is no index page present; see attached screenshot) however it is not very pretty.

Is there a HTML page that will perform the same function by dynamically displaying content (i.e. files and folders on in the virtual directory) but format it a bit more pretty, some coloured font, a nice logo and make an icon of a folder next to the directories.

I have worked with HTML before and I could work out all the smaller fine details to get it looking the way I want, but if it is possible if somebody could provide some HTML code that performs this function... well that'd be swell.

That's if its possible at all.

Cheers

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Seems like you'd really prefer to have a decent File Manager to help you perform these operations, which is pretty much how a web server becomes once the index/HTML pages are removed.

Try this:
http://www.gleamtech.com/products/filevista/web-file-manager

I believe it'll provide you with the professional interface and versatility you're after.
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Yeah that would work. I just don't want to pay money for this solution.

Any other ideas?
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