Where is the index.html for the default WHM install?

Finding it again wasn’t fun :p

In any case, if you’ve got the default

Great Success !
Apache is working on your cPanel® and WHM™ Server

message, you can simply rename the index.html file and place your own at:


I did this using SSH and creating an index.html using nano. I’m not sure if it’s actually possible to browse through the server using WHM, so you’ll probably have to either SSH or FTP into your server (optionally, the Virtuozzo control panel seems to let you browse the hard drive and edit files… if you’re using Virtuozzo anyway).


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