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Hello,
Here is a brief answer to yuor question that the <defaultDocument> element allows you to enable or disable default document behavior for your Web site or application. This element contains a <files> child element, which contains a collection of <add> elements. Each <add> element defines the default documents that the site or application will return to a client browser when the site receives a request to the root directory.

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I think it is a very fantastic idea and i will help you with the links of programming and its development.

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