Correct way to display index

I have this app that I have put on my GoDaddy account and while I can
get the rails welcome page to display, I can’t get the intro page to my
app to display.

this is the site:

http://www.cottoncandyleague.com/league/

I configured a symbolic link which, I thought, would link to this page,
but it didn’t. I have a directory structure similiar to this:

rails_apps -> league -> app, public, components, config, lib, etc.

I’m wondering if I either have the directory structure set-up wrong or
something is wrong with my symbolic link? Or both? Or maybe I have a
file mis-configured? The symbolic link is set as rails_apps => league.

Anyone one out there who has set-up a rails app on GoDaddy have any
suggestions - GoDaddy themselves have been less then helpful. Thanks,

-S

Shandy,

You need to delete the index.html file in the public directory. Then
rails will use your default action for the index page.

Marlon M. wrote:

Shandy,

You need to delete the index.html file in the public directory. Then
rails will use your default action for the index page.

Even if the index page is the rails index page?

If you’re seeing the rails splash page, that means the index.html page
in your public folder is the original rails one. Just rename it if
you’re not 100% certain.

Marlon M. wrote:

If you’re seeing the rails splash page, that means the index.html page
in your public folder is the original rails one. Just rename it if
you’re not 100% certain.

Didn’t work. I must admit that I am totally lost. I erased all index.htm
pages that I can find on my site - at this point there is almost nothing
up there, so erasing the index files was easy, but still it is
displaying that rails welcome page. I have also noticed that everything
was somehow deleted from my public folder this morning, not saying that
I couldn’t have mistakenly erased the contents but…

Thanks,

-S

Yep. If I recall, it tells you to delete file. :wink:

Sent from my iPhone

On Oct 20, 2007, at 7:24 AM, Shandy N.
<[email protected]

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