General Settings


General Settings

The General Settings After activating the Web Station, you can choose the back-end server, the desired PHP profile, and whether or not to activate the personal website. Go to the Web Server and PHP Settings for further settings. Set Back-end Default. 

With the Web Station feature and PHP support, you can easily host your website at your Synology Synology NAS and create a dynamic website for your business or hobby. In addition, the Package Center provides various third party packages such as Content Management, Customer Relations Management & e-Commerce systems. 

A default shared folder called "web" will be created to save files for the website. You can also create a Virtual Host to create multiple entrances to virtual websites. For greater flexibility and security, Web Stations use http user groups to carry out tasks. Therefore, to control access permission for your webpage, please change the http group access permission for each appropriate folder and file. 

For example, if you want to create a sample.htm file in a shared web folder that can be accessed via the Web Station, you must make sure the http group has the right read / write permission for the shared web folder and sample.htm file. The home file must be named index.htm, index.html, or index.php. 

When you use the PHP () function, the system will automatically retrieve and use the SMTP server information on the Notification page. Make sure you have activated email notifications and entered the correct SMTP server information. The real path of the shared web folder is / volume1 / web in General Settings. 

Some applications require users to set the path in the configuration file. The name of the blog, photos, photos and damage to the web is the name of the backup folder. These names cannot be used by Web Stations, so please don't create folders with these names under the shared web folder. 

You can adjust the error page by creating a missing.html file, missing.htm file, or missing.php file. First activate the Web Station. Then place the file missing.html, missing.htm, or missing.php under the shared web folder on the server. When users link to pages that don't exist, they will see this special error page.

Activate Personal Website with General Settings

Personal website features are an easy way to allow local users, domain users, and LDAP users to create their own personal websites. Because the Domain / LDAP function is not available in EDS14, the Web Station installed on EDS14 only allows local users to activate a personal website. 

For local users, each local user will have a unique website address-IP server / username or server name / username. For example: 192.168.1.1/~ken SynologyNAS / ~ ken For domain users Every domain user will have a unique server website address -IP / ~ domainname% 5cusername or server-name / ~ domainname% 5cusername. 

For example: 192.168.1.1/~testdomain%5cken SynologyNAS / ~ testdomain% 5cken For LDAP users. Each LDAP user will have a unique website address server - IP / ~ username @ domainname or server-name / ~ username @ domainname. For example: 192.168.1.1/~ken@testdomain SynologyNAS / ~ ken @ testdomain Before activating this feature, make sure the system meets the following two requirements: The user's home has been activated. 

For local users, open Control Panel> User> Advanced; for domain users, open Control Panel> Domain / LDAP> Domain Users> User Home; for LDAP users, open Control Panel> Domain / LDAP> LDAP Users> Home User. Apache HTTP Server 2.2 and PHP 5.6 have been installed and activated. 

You can install these packages from the Package Center. To create a personal website: If you have checked the Enable personal website, the www folder will automatically be created in the user's home directory. Users can now upload related website files (e.g., Web pages and sound files) to the www folder. 

Make sure the user has the right access permission to the uploaded file. To adjust the error page: Save the error page as missing.html, missing.htm, or missing.php. Upload the file to the www folder. When a user links to a page that is not on the local user's website, a customized error page will be displayed. Support and limitations: Local users are only allowed to access the data below: Their own home / var / tmp / tmp / volumeX / @ tmp in General Settings.

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