Viewing Web server settings
Web server settings include the name of the Web server, the
name of the administrator who manages the Web server, and information
about directories on the Web server. Only your service provider can change
To view the Web server settings:
In the shortcuts
area of the Home pageConfiguration (Web Server section).
Information on this form includes:
The full name of the Web server.
The email address of the person who manages the Web server.
The directory in which your site's Web-related files are located.
A ScriptAlias allows CGI scripts to be stored within the local file
system of the domain other than under the document root of the subdomain.
For example if the cgi scripts are aliased to /usr/web/cgi-bin/,
instead of the default /cgi-bin/,
then a request for http://myscript/cgi-bin/search
will run the script from /usr/web/cgi-bin/search.
The default directory the Web server looks for when it receives a
Site Administrator's Help
Published April 16, 2004