Then that's the folder you'll want to copy the files into.
+If you'd like Dragonfly to live somewhere else inside your site root,
+see the Example step at the end of this document.
= Step 2 - Configure Dragonfly =
If you want to prevent .html files from being processed through Dragonfly, open the
.htaccess file in the site root and read the comments there for how to disable that behavior.
+ = Example: Testing Demo Site on Apache in Non-Root Folder =
-TODO: discuss installing and using plugins.
+Say you want to test Dragonfly out by placing the entire
+directory into the root of your site. The demo site will then
+ <site root>/dragonfly/example-site/
+And to access it you would use this URL:
+You must make two changes (possible 3) to get it to work with Apache:
+1) Change this line in .htaccess
+ RewriteBase /dragonfly/example-site/
+2) Edit config.lsp and change this line:
+ (constant (global 'DOCUMENT_ROOT) (env "DOCUMENT_ROOT"))
+ (constant (global 'DOCUMENT_ROOT) "/server/path/to/mysite.com/dragonfly/example-site")
+ Note that "/server/path/to" is made up. You would want to use
+ the absolute path to the location of the 'example-site' folder
+A possible third step is required if your newlisp binary is not
+installed in /usr/bin/newlisp. If it's installed somewhere else
+(for example: /path/to/bin/newlisp), then you may need to also
+edit 'index.cgi' file and change the top-line from: