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    So the domain that is not working is on a WestHost account by itself and the public root is located at /var/www/html? It is a WH 3.0 account right? Do double check the .htaccess file it self to make sure it has not typos or mistakes. What all do you have in the directory you are trying to do this in? There is nothing else that I can think that would be blocking the use of .htaccess. You could have shoot a ticket off to WestHost and ask them if they can see anything wrong. While technically this is not something they would support they could at least confirm perhaps if there is something they see in your account that would keep this from working.
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    Hooray, we got it working! It was just a glitch in the file name after all.

    Here it is: http://www.ibew1245.com/PGE-docs/

    Thanks so much for your patient help, Shawn. This .htaccess thing is a great tool to know about.

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    Looks good! May I suggest adding your full header with menu items and perhaps even your left and right column stuff to the page. That could be a big task so at the least you might want to consider a link back to your main site. There is a possibility that folks well find this page first via a search and you want them to be able to easily access the rest of the site.
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    Good idea, Shawn. I added the navigation, but the sidebars pushed my file list below them. That's okay, sidebars aren't needed on this page.

    Thanks again for walking me through this. Everyone is pleased to have this document list available.

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    http://www.xml-sitemaps.com/ create your sitemap using this it really works good

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