Activates or Disables the automatic generation of directory listings. You
shouldn't disable it however, as this is a essential service of nanoweb.
If a file with a name allowed in the DirectoryIndex directive exists in the requested directory no listing will be generated of course.
Descriptions of each file out of a directory may be given in the file specified here. Such a description file should look like:
filename.ext desc of this file index.html main/homepage...
Associates icons pictures to mime types for output in directory listings
produced by mod_fb.
You may specify partial mime-types only; so you can associtate fall-back icons for general mime types like »application«, »text« or »image«.
The default configuration of nanoweb also utilizes the Alias directive to keep all icons in a single directory (/icons/ which is rewritten to absolute real path /var/www/icons/) accessible from all the virtual hosts.
If none of the FBIconByType directives defines an appropriate icon for a file (or if a files mime type is unknown) this directive gives the name of the image to be used.
Defines the icon to be printed for directories.
This tells mod_fb to include files which names start with a dot to be included in directory listings. On UNIX machines these »dotfiles« should be treaten as invisible files by standard programs; and because nanoweb keeps some of its per-directory configurations in .nwaccess and .nwauth you probably want to set this directive to the default of 1.
Directory listings are sorted by mod_fb according to this setting (»name« is the default). The use of »desc« reverses the order.
Define a footer template filename (printed below directory listings).
The macro "@genpage_signature@" can be used in such a file to display the standard nanoweb server signature.
Define a header template for use with the file browser.
Available macros for use in the files specified with this directive are "@real_uri@" to display the requested directory, and "@welcome_formated@" for the formated welcome file (if any is present).
Whenever a directory listing (»filebrowser«) is to be sent back to the client, the server searches for a file with the hereby given name to be included in the sent output.