The task which sounds simple to be described: to make a list of files from some folders. Simple? Yep. But lets think a bit more. Why do we need this list? Typical answer: we want to make this list accessible as a single file, or through the web, or through the intranet. If so, is just a text file with filenames enough? Typically, it isnt. What we really want, is a normal, accurate web-page (html) with links to files being enumerated; with page title seen from the browser, with pretty styles And what about using titles in link names, when linking to other html pages (instead of using ugly filenames)? Aha, the «simple task» has been transformed into «still simple but too tricky to do manually». Now, lets take a Tool for a Task: Mihov Index Maker.
The program interface is understandable from the very beginning and consists of the only window. Here youll select a folder with files, filter files (with usual wildcards like «*.html») and set some options. The most interesting is using of «add links to html» concept instead of «create index». Therefore, the same html index file can be re-used to list files from several folders. Other options are still sparse enough to perform all variations you can think about: titles, links, backgrounds, subdirectories. Just few clicks for full Table Of Contents for your data.
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