Nova is incredibly flexible and allows admins to change the name of the file used to access the system. Changing the index file of the application is pretty straightforward.
You are running an RPG called USS Enterprise on your own web space. You decide one day that you'd like to have a splash page that users go to before going to your site, but you don't want to screw around with a .htaccess file.
You can rename the index file to whatever you want provided the file is still a PHP file. In this case, we're going to rename the file to
enterprise.php so our splash page can be index.php.
application/config/config.php and find the variable
$config['index_page']. Now, we're going to change the content in quotes to the name of our file, including the .php extension. In the end, our variable should look like this:
$config['index_page'] = 'enterprise.php';
config.php file and upload it to your server, overwriting the existing one. Next time we navigate to our site, we'll need to use the
enterprise.php file instead of index.php. We can now develop our splash page at index.php so that users see that first before they get to our site.
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