This is probably just a general IIS/MVC question, but I can't seem to figure how to do this with my Orchard site.
I created a subdirectory off the root of my site named Facebook which contains a simple index.htm file and an image. I copied the web.config file over from the Media directory, so now if I enter www.mydomain.com/Facebook/index.htm, the page comes up with
the image displayed.
This page is being used as an application page within Facebook to provide information about the site. Facebook will only allow you to map to the directory, not the file. So I can only map to www.mydomain.com/Facebook/
The issue is that I can't seem to figure out how to get index.htm to come up as the default document for this subdirectory. I checked the IIS settings and index.htm is at the top of the list for default documents. I tried a couple of settings for the web.config
file in this directory to manually declare a default document, but nothing seemed to work.
Does anyone have any suggestions on how to make this work so that I can get index.htm to display as the default document in a subdirectory in my Orchard site? Or if anyone else has created a Facebook application for their site, do you have another solution?