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Generate/Create a HTML Index of Files and Folders of a Directory using Archlab Dir2HTML

by Shivaranjan on April 22, 2009

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Archlab Dir2HTML is a free tool that will create or generate index of files and folders of the chosen directory. This is a very useful that tool that using which you can create good looking report of files and folders and then use to keep track of the contents of your directory.

dir_to_html

Features of Archlab Dir2HTML:

  • Support for recursive indexing.
  • Create sub-sections for each subfolder within the index file and link files for online and offline projects using a custom link-prefix.
  • Convert a Directory Structure and Files to a single HTML File
  • Include Subfolders (recursive)
  • Create Subsection for each Subfolder or hide Subfolders
  • Create HTML Sitemaps (in .htm Format)
  • Mask (Search Files), you can create the report by filtering the files by extensions. If you want to index a single file type then have to enter the file extension or if you want to index all the files the use the wild card *.*
  • Link files using a custom Link-Prefix
  • Add a Back-Link to the file.
  • Add Description Cell
  • Add Summary (include total size and number of files)
  • Convert all file names to Lowercase Files and Folders
  • Convert all file names to Uppercase Files and Folders
  • Convert Spaces in Links to %20
  • Create custom Page-Title
  • Customize table alignment and Width.
  • Customize Fonts and Colors.

As an example here we have taken a folder called Test Folder which has got sub-folders Folder 1, Folder 2 and Folder 3. Each folder has got files inside and under Folder 1 we have another sub-folder of Folder 1_A. Below you can find the sample output (click to enlarge):

dir_to_html_2

We find this software very useful as it can create really usable reports of a directory. We tested this software in Windows XP and Windows Vista.

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