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rubengalvan wrote:i dealing with this stuff trying to make my page up in my local server but i heard that you need to configure or edit the httpd.conf to get that
Assuming you have a test.php file with this contents
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echo "this is just a test!";
Save it in a directory inside your htdocs folder, for example \xampp\htdocs\myfirstproject\test.php.
After that you request that page with the relating valid url http://localhost/myfirstproject/test.php
et voila, it is visible without editing anything in Apache or Windows.
rubengalvan wrote:i read a lot about that and just realize that i need to put a instance about virtualhost
You just need virtualhosts if you want to simulate multiple webserver instances with just one Apache. With vhosts each instance can have their own ip/port/domain.
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