Question

Index of / …Port 443

I have a new error now for [https://millerfuresh.com]

Index of / …Port 443

I have tried the following to fix:

I looked in apache2.conf.

In Filezilla:

I created a directory /public_html to put the index.html file in I also changed the remote site in Filezilla to : /var/www/millerfuresh.comExample link

I found this on stack overflow and the DO tutorial but it didnt work for me: sudo a2enmod usedir sudo service apache2 reload sudo mkdir /publichtml sudo chown -R $USER:$USER /publichtml sudo chmod -R 755 ~/public_html

How can I fix it? Thank You!


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Hi there @millerfuresh,

It looks like that your website loads as expected via HTTP on port 80 but it does not show the correct content on port 443 via HTTPS.

What you need to do is to copy the configuration from your port 80 Virtual Host and carry it over the Virtual Host for port 443.

With Apache on Ubuntu, you can find your Virtual Hosts at: /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/.

If you are not sure, feel free to share the contents of both virtual hosts config files here.

Regards, Bobby