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Hi How do I view my webpages in the local browser. All my files are in a html folder inside wwwroot folder. when type (http://Inetpub/wwwroot/html/filename.html) it doesn't work. please help
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Hi How do I view my webpages in the local browser. All my files are in a html folder inside wwwroot folder. when type (http://Inetpub/wwwroot/html/filename.html) it doesn't work. please help
I don't know anything about IIS specificaly, but if you have it running locally and you have your pages in the root directory, then typing "http://localhost" as the URL should load your index.html file. If you do not have an index.html file then use a url like: "http://localhost/pagename.html"


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