How to Index your Website using cPanel: Cloudhost

When a visitor accesses a directory (rather than a page) on your web site, the browser returns the index page in the directory. If no index page exists, then the browser returns a list of the files in that directory to the visitor.

  • How Manage your directory’s index

You can use the Indexes interface to define how the server will display a  specific directory’s index to a visitor, or to disable index display for a directory.

Note: The Default setting isNo Indexing

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  • You can select the folder () which you wish to set the Indexing settings.

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  • You can choose the root of your Web (public_html or www)  or you can select a document root

 

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  1. You can use the Index Manager to set one of four options for any directory:
    • Default System Setting: This option uses the default system setting for your web site. This option is set for all directories by default (unless an .htaccess file exists in a parent directory).
    • No Indexing: This option specifies that if an index file is not present, a directory listing is not displayed.
    • Standard Indexing (filename only): This option specifies that if an index file is not present, a directory listing is displayed as text.
    • Fancy Indexing (filename and description): This option specifies that if an index file is not present, a directory listing is displayed as text with icons.
  2. Click Save.

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To access  Indexes for your website:

  1. Log into your cPanel account.
  2. Click the Indexes icon in the section.
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3. Now you will be redirected to the Indexes Interface.
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