Look in the xampp\apache\logs\error.log file for details.it gives me error: 404 Object not found
So basically what I'm trying to do is http://myurl.com will lead to my homepage when users type that in their browser.
I thought that we had already established that there is no such folders atand also
http://localhost/xampp/htdocs/xampp/index.php gets the 404 error
Access from the internet using a URI like http://myurl.com will work if myurl.com is a registered domain name and the nameservers at your domain name registrar (GoDaddy for example) for that domain name are pointing to your IP address where the web site is being served and in your case the IP would be your ISP provided IP and the server would be Apache in XAMPP.So basically what I'm trying to do is http://myurl.com will lead to my homepage when users type that in their browser.
The next time you access the XAMPP Welcome Page you will be asked to select your language again if the lang.tmp file is blank - but unless you change back the httpd.conf file to the defaults then you may never access the XAMPP Welcome Page (Admin) again, which is why you believe "all seems to be working".IamJim wrote:Sharley,
I had run a std. windows cleanup, and also back up to tape.
1) my lang.tmp in which I just looked is "0" bytes w/nothing in it. But, all seems to be working...(so far), but then again I am just getting going also..
?? Do I need to edit it, and add > en and SAVE?
When I select the 'Apache Admin button' on the control panel application it goes to my homepage 'index.html' =not good
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