Full file name in file directory on web browsers

When I view files of my domain through a web browser (domain.com/pics), is there a way to configure it so it doesn’t cut off if it has too many letters? Dreamhost is the first host that I see does this. Don’t know what this area is called, so it’s hard to search for an answer. Thanks.

[quote]When I view files of my domain through a web browser (domain.com/pics), is there a way to configure it so it doesn’t cut off if it has too many letters? Dreamhost is the first host that I see does this. Don’t know what this area is called, so it’s hard to search for an answer. Thanks.
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It’s called an automatic directory index. The table view is a fancy directory index. A plain directory index is just an unordered list.

The documentation on customizing the fancy directory index is in the documentation for the Apache HTTP Server module called mod_autoindex:

http://httpd.apache.org/docs/1.3/mod/mod_autoindex.html#indexoptions

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Just in case you have problems working out exactly what you need from the Apache documentation, adding the following line to your .htaccess file should achieve what you want…

IndexOptions +NameWidth=*

Mark


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Thank you all.