I have set up a script on my page which automatically reads the files in a specific directory on the server and displays them in a nice file tree on my website so users can download the files. Here is the script: http://abeautifulsite.net/blog/2008/...ery-file-tree/
I'm probably just not explaining myself very well. Or it could be I went about it all wrong to begin with. LOL
The jquery file tree automatically grabs all of the files in the specified directory for me. So I do not have to do ANY coding when I add files such as meeting minutes, etc. All I do is upload it to to the server and it is automatically displayed in a nice little file tree for the user to download.
But you have to specify the full root in the code which is not the same path that you would use to access the file.
my index page is /home/cityofligonier/index.html
I registered for this site just to help you out. I too just implemented jquery file tree on a site and ran into the same problem you have. I am not a web developer/programmer, but I work with one and he was able to help me so I am passing it on to you. It is a simple fix.