[erlang-questions] Nitrogen start page

John Hughes <>
Sat Mar 17 10:31:12 CET 2012


I'm using nitrogen on inets to serve a mostly-static web site, with a little dynamic content here and there. In particular, the first page is static--index.html as usual. But when I just browse to the domain name, nitrogen uses index.beam to serve the request--and if there is no index.beam, then the request fails.

I've hacked around this by providing an index.beam that uses wf:redirect to go to index.html, which is then served statically. But this means that the browser sees a brief "Redirecting..." message... and perhaps risks Google thinking that's what the page contains! Is there a way to configure nitrogen so that it uses index.html as the start page directly?

John
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