How can i have the script view a directory on another drive ... it set not to look at the root of the script ( / )
i want the script to look on d:\downloads .. and leaving the script on c: ..
5/28/2001 12:05 AM
It was designed to work within web root, so no solutions for now. I may add physical folder support in next versions of WebExplorer Free.
Soon I will announce a new product called WebExplorer Pro which enables you select any folder as root.
5/28/2001 7:21 AM
yeah, same problem here, i installed it on a free webhostings and i got root folder.. hehe very impressive.
i can create folders also delete their webpage..
6/5/2001 10:14 AM
Some web hostings do not set proper permissions for user's folders and with the help of WebExplorer users can go upper levels. You would better warn them.
6/6/2001 4:24 AM
Unless each user has a separate sub-web, I could not think of easy way to stop them.
Any GOOD idea?
6/22/2001 5:15 PM
It's not about only this application but if you don't configure your users folders correctly, any ASP application may be used for this.
7/4/2001 8:23 AM