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Tutorial: How to make Apache's file indexing page less boring

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I didn't like how plain and boring Apache's file indexing pages looked, so I went in search of a way to spiff them up a bit, and I finally found it.

By adding the following line to your httpd.conf, you can style the page with a CSS stylesheet:

IndexStyleSheet "/path/to/stylesheet.css"
See my example here: Index of /random

Just thought I'd share for those interested.
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