Date:  08/06/2013 04:49:04 PM Msg ID:  004615
From:  Ali Koumaiha Thread:  004612
Subject:  Re: foxweb script as a default document
a very easy and simple approach i use.

is whatever the default document in iis is, i simply put this code in it.

example, mine is default.htm

so, it has this :
<meta http-equiv="REFRESH" content="0;url=/index.fwx">
Sent by Steve Moore on 08/03/2013 10:59:09 PM:
 Does anyone know if there is a way to use a foxweb script as a default document in IIS7. That is to say I want to call a foxweb script in place of "index.html" when the root domain is requested (i.e., I know I can place a redirect in an html page but I don't think google would like that...
So is there any way to make IIS call a script directly, ie map a script to a domain default document?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions.