You may wish to read the indexing tutorial for more information.
AddIcon icon name1 name2...
icon is a virtual path to an image
file which should be shown for files which match the pattern of
names. Alternatively, this can be a group of the format
(alt,icon) where alt is the text tag given for an icon for
non-graphical browsers, and icon is a virtual path.
name is either
^^DIRECTORY^^ for directories
**DIRECTORY** for backward compatibility),
^^BLANKICON^^, specifying the blank icon used to format
the list properly, a file extension (like .html), a partial filename,
a wildcard expression, or a complete
You may use as many AddIcon directives as you wish.
AddIcon /icons/image.xbm .gif .jpg .xbm
When httpd is indexing and finds a file with the extension .gif, .jpg,
or .xbm, it will reference
/icons/image.xbm as an image
to show next to the filename.
AddIcon /icons/dir.xbm ^^DIRECTORY^^
If a given directory entry is in fact a subdirectory,
/icons/dir.xbm will be referenced as an image for that
AddIcon (SND,/icons/sound.xbm) *.au
This would reference
/icons/sound.xbm as the image to
show next to any sound file, with the textual ALT tag of SND for
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