Quixotically, I continue to apply my husk.org style to the things nobody looks at, rather than the things everyone does. The latest victim is the neglected husk.org/code, which now sports a fancy look, courtesy of a little HTML and the following in a .htaccess file:
IndexOptions SuppressHTMLPreamble IndexOptions HTMLTable IndexOptions SuppressDescription IndexOptions NameWidth=* HeaderName HEADER.html ReadmeName FOOTER.html
Anyway, if anyone else wants to figure out how to make an Apache directory index vaguely pretty, have a look. (If there’s a better way to get rid of the <hr>s than post-processing on the client, let me know.)
Edit: There is! I can’t find the place I found it now, but I have the following setup instead, and it needs far less jQuery postprocessing (just two lines to shift the headers to right-alignment). Note SuppressRules in particular.
IndexOptions HTMLTable IndexOptions SuppressHTMLPreamble IndexOptions SuppressDescription IndexOptions SuppressRules IndexOptions SuppressIcon IndexOptions NameWidth=* IndexIgnore FOOTER.html HEADER.html .. HeaderName HEADER.html ReadmeName FOOTER.html
Right, that’s that done, I think. Onward.