Título del sitio web que muestra el índice de
Google search jobbulls website title showing index/
I have uploaded all of my files for my website. When I type in my domain name, I see a page titled "Índice de /" that lists each of the files used to create my website. Can anyone tell me how to fix this?
preguntado el 27 de noviembre de 13 a las 06:11
Your first page should be called index.html
In fact, it can be called a lot of names, this is the priority that will decide the one to display: (higher first)
index.html index.shtml index.php index.htm default.html Default.htm default.html Default.html default.shtml Default.shtml page1.html index.pl index.cgi index.php3 index.phtml home.htm home.html home.shtml index.wml
based on the DirectoryIndex by Apache.
Now as a second answer, if you uploaded the files and these contain a file listed above and it still doesn't work, then make sure you uploaded the files in the correct directory. Sometimes ftp brings you one level higher than what is called the 'webroot' check to see if there is no 'public_html' or 'www' or 'html_docs'. In that case, make sure your files are uploaded in this folders.
It maybe the uploading folder problem. First of all you can try these 3 methods, Opción 1 – Upload Your Website via xxxx's File Manager Opción 2 – Uploading Your Website via FTP such as FileZilla Opción 3 – Uploading Your Website via cPanel’s File Manager
Select the option and start to upload.
Open the server folder and you may can see some folders like
public_html.. Please open the folder
public_html and upload into it.
If you still see the problem, reupload the files again.
Gracias por su atención.
You need an index or a page for the web server to serve up as the page for the site.
To get started you could upload an "index.html" page and most web servers will serve this as their first page by default.
my homepage file name is index.html - user3036182
¿Qué servidor web estás usando? - richard peregrino
Filezilla will be the FTP program you are using to upload to the server. Are you able to find out what web server is sending and receiving the web requests? Some common examples are Apache, Microsoft IIS and nginx. - richard peregrino
my web server is Apache - user3036182
Do you mind sharing your URL so I can see if I can spot any issues? - richard peregrino
Upload this line to your .htaccess file and see what happens
ÍndiceDirectorio index.html index.php
If that doesn't work, can you post the contents of your .htaccess file?
This should work for a site coded with php.
Best solution for this you have to set
Options -Indexes in .htacess file.
I had the same problem. This was because I used an capital 'I' as first i of
index.html. This did not work because 'Index.html' was not in my listados de directorios. The standard solution for this would be changing
index.html. (note the capital 'I' and the lowwer case 'i')
ok first of you have to upload zip file while so It will not give to error while uploading.
put your folder in public_html section extract it.
main page of your file which have to call by default by entering your site name is index.html don't give name Index.html system has access for index.html
The OP stated in the comments to this six year old question that their homepage was named index.html - jason aller
No es la respuesta que estás buscando? Examinar otras preguntas etiquetadas html google-search-console or haz tu propia pregunta.
Rename the file that you want as your homepage as index.html - Pepe
@pepe my homepage file name is index.html - user3036182
Esta pregunta parece estar fuera de tema porque no se trata de la programación dentro del alcance definido en el centro de ayuda - user1864610
Also make sure, im not going to append every thought to my answer, that your file is not called index.html.somethingelse when your operating system is obfuscating the file extensions. - Vincent Duprez
Voté para cerrar esta pregunta porque no es una pregunta de programación y está fuera de tema en Stack Overflow. Las preguntas que no sean de programación sobre su sitio web deben hacerse en Webmasters. En el futuro, por favor haga preguntas como esta allí. - Stephen Ostermiller