How to make index.html share with standard-layout.rhtml?

I can make all my pages in app/view share the same look and feel by
using standard-layout.rhtml.

However, when I go the root url: http://localhost:3000/ I get the
/public/index.html. It does not share the same layout. I currently hard
coded in index.html to make it look and feel the same.

I believe that I must miss something simple and obvious, please help!

Thanks in Advance!
Roseanne

I can make all my pages in app/view share the same look and feel by
using standard-layout.rhtml.

However, when I go the root url: http://localhost:3000/ I get the
/public/index.html. It does not share the same layout. I currently hard
coded in index.html to make it look and feel the same.

I believe that I must miss something simple and obvious, please help!

Create a default controller for “myserver.com”, say “home_controller”
with
an ‘index’ action.

./script/generate controller home index

Then adjust config/routes.rb to include this near the top:

map.connect ‘’, :controller => “home”

Then take the content in public/index.html and put it in
app/views/home/index.rhtml.

Then remove public/index.html.

Then make sure it all works :slight_smile: Once it works, add the following line to
your HomeController (outside/above ‘dev index’):

caches_page :index

Then just remember that if you change app/views/home/index.rhtml you
need
to remove public/index.html.

Good luck!

-philip

Philip H. wrote:

Create a default controller for “myserver.com”, say “home_controller”
with
an ‘index’ action.

./script/generate controller home index

Thank you very much for your reply, I will try it now.

Roseanne

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