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wringel

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Re: Top level folders are not showing
Posted: 20-Apr-2019 17:26   in response to: jGromit in response to: jGromit
 
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I know they land in different folders; but I'm going to upload several photo albums. This is why I have been editing the Index.html file name. So when I set up my main home page with links to the right photo album.

Edited by: wringel on 20-Apr-2019 17:26
jGromit

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Re: Top level folders are not showing
Posted: 20-Apr-2019 18:08   in response to: wringel in response to: wringel
 
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wringel wrote:
I know they land in different folders; but I'm going to upload several photo albums. This is why I have been editing the Index.html file name. So when I set up my main home page with links to the right photo album.

The folders will take care of that. The link to the album about your dog would be:
<a href="mydog/index.html">
And the link to the album about your cat would be:
<a href="mycat/index.html">
Renaming the index page is an unnecessary step.

In any event, I think Laza is absolutely correct - your pages are being fed through some sort of "page optimization" script before they're served to the site visitor, and that is what's causing them to fail.

ETA: BTW, since index.html is the default name for a page on the web, the link to your album, instead of being this:

http://www.ringelstetter.net/Holy_Land_2013/holy_land_2013.html

Would be just this:

http://www.ringelstetter.net/Holy_Land_2013/
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