HarryPotter wrote:The folder created by Web Station is "web", not home. The index file has to be put there and the url is http://192.168.1.7
Enable Personal Website
The personal website function is a convenient way to allow local users to create their own personal website. Each user will have a unique website address "server-IP/~username" or "server-name/~username", for example:
Note: Before you enable this feature, make sure the "User Home" function has been enabled.
To create a personal website:
Create a folder "www" in the user home directory.
Upload web pages in the "www" folder.
To customize the error page:
Save the error page as missing.html, missing.htm, or missing.php.
Upload the file to the "www" folder.
When users link to a page that does not exist in the local user’s website, the customized error page will be displayed.
axj wrote:I don't know why, but it works only in a folder named www (for me)!
DeltaNu1142 wrote:Well, I've yet to see the DSM create a folder called "web"... as I understand it, the "web" folder is created automatically when Web Station is enabled. Well, that doesn't happen for me. I checked the box then rebooted the DS, and still no "web" folder.
DeltaNu1142 wrote:Using the "personal website" option, the "home" folder IS automatically created. I then create a subfolder called "www" and put my index.htm file and my missing.htm file into that folder. When I go to http://xxxxxxxx.dyndns.com/~user/ I actually get missing.htm. When I remove missing.htm, I get a Synology page not found error. I've even tried http://xxxxxxxx.dyndns.com/~user/index.htm. I don't understand why index.htm isn't appearing. I have tested both locally in a browser.
axj wrote:I have had 6 DS's (and have 2 now) and I have never needed to create the web-folder myself - it has be done automatic. The 'Personalized website' works fine, but I would like to know, where in the documentation it is mentioned to create the local web-folder named www.
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