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Changing some code in index.php

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thanks for unformserver team,

I suggest to change the php code of the index.php in the root of the server to the one attached to this post.

to display the server projects(folders) and server php files.

the changes is to put this code after line 86

   <tr><td colspan="3" style="text-align: center;"><h2>Server Projects</h2></td></tr><?php $n = 0;
foreach (scandir("./") as $file){
if (is_dir($file) && !in_array($file, array(".", "..", "css", "images"))){
	$n++;
	echo ($n % 2 == 0 ? "<td>$n - <a href='" . $file . "' target='_blank'>" . $file . "</a></td></tr>" : "<tr><td>$n - <a href='" . $file . "' target='_blank'>" . $file . "</a></td><td></td>");
}
}
echo ($n == 0 ? "<tr><td style='color: red;' colspan='3'>There is no folders in the server root.</td></tr>" : ($n % 2 == 0 ? "" : "<td></td></tr>"));?>
  <tr><td colspan="3" style="text-align: center;"><h2>Server Php Files</h2></td></tr><?php $n = 0;
foreach (scandir("./") as $file){
if (strtolower(strrchr($file, '.'))==".php" ){
	$n++;
	echo ($n % 2 == 0 ? "<td>$n - <a href='" . $file . "' target='_blank'>" . $file . "</a></td></tr>" : "<tr><td>$n - <a href='" . $file . "' target='_blank'>" . $file . "</a></td><td></td>");
}
}
echo ($n == 0 ? "<tr><td style='color: red;' colspan='3'>There is no Php Files in the server root.</td></tr>" : ($n % 2 == 0 ? "" : "<td></td></tr>"));?>

hope to be good for you.

M.A.S

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Thanks mas123!

 

This was a good idea. I had seen similar action in another WAMP and had thought of swiping the code.

A modified version of your code is now in 8-Coral www\index.php, and I wanted to give you credit for inspiring it.

 

Regards,

BobS

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HI

 

I don't know is this an bug or volitional. If you open the index.php page remotely (not from localhost) the design disappears:

 

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It was resolved by copying the CSS and images back to the www folder. Since there were two .htaccess files restricting access, the us_splash copy would disallow access to the css/images, while the www would allow the text.

 

Regards.

BobS

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