|If you've already written the cd, then I don't think you can change the attribute bits. If you have an open session, then you might be able to change the web folder to hidden, but I'm not sure... I'd suspect that you'd have to copy the contents to a hard drive, set the attribute to hidden, and then write the cd again.|
As far as making a stub, it isn't easy to create autorun for non executable files. The easiest method I know of is creating a VB program using shellexec to spawn the default web browser and pass the index file as a parameter.
I don't know if it will help you or not, but here's a link to creating autorun cds... there's also a link to a program called autorun pro, which is supposed to the same thing. I've never used the program so I couldn't say how well it works.
Either way, you're possibly going to need to create another cdr if you've already made one.
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