by Tim Hill
Suitable for any OS on any device.
A browser and web server with PHP are required.
Cat.php lists all the objects in its directory as a clickable list, together with file information.Try cat.php
All you have to do is save cat.php to any web folder and then use its URL in a browser to obtain a list of that folder’s contents.Download cat.php
Tips: you could change the file’s name to index.php and use it as a substitute before you have written a pukka one; it’s a way to produce a file listing from ISPs who prefer to provide an error page when the index.[ext] page is missing. Users of Windows may prefer to rename the file dir.php whereas users of RISC OS may prefer to rename it simply ‘ex’.