Jaykappy wrote:[...] I want to use Dreamweaver [...]
Jaykappy wrote:and create a test php website that allows the user to login in against a users table in MySQL, and then access some data from a table that houses other test records.
Jaykappy wrote:I did this in IIS and a couple minutes but dont have IIS on this computer as why I installed XAMPP.
Jaykappy wrote:Do I have to use the root htdocs folder to start creating my WebSite?
Jaykappy wrote:Seems the htdocs folder will only house one database.
Jaykappy wrote:If Apache is running and MySql is running, where do I go from here? Create a new site in dreamweaver and point to the Apache server?
Jaykappy wrote:Can you explain why Dreamweaver is so evil? Or is this just a vendetta you have against DW
Jaykappy wrote:Meant to say the htdocs filder looks like it will only house one website folder....I suppose it sort of acts like the inetpub folder for IIS? I can have multiple folders in the htdocs folder...one for each website?
Jaykappy wrote:So you only issue with DW was connectivity and setting issues? Just trying to understand here...I am sure they have made many many changes since 2004.
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