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Re: Additions to local web documents

On Sun, 4 May 1997, Jim Pick wrote:

> > Hi,
> > 
> > 	Suppose a package wants supply cgi scripts and/or static HTML
> >  files for use with a local HTTP server, what is the standard location
> >  fot these files? 
> > 
> > 	I thought that /var/www was the Document root decreed by the
> >  Web Standard, but I now see a bug report against dwww for assuming
> >  that. 
> > 
> > 	manoj
> /var/www              for html files

/var/www is discouraged to be used by the webstandard. Do not use it
unless you have documents that need to be modified on a regular basis.

Use /usr/doc/<package> to store static HTML code and refer to it by using
the URL


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