sigung_q wrote:I only get a blank page. Is there a workaround for this?
If you run Apache on Port 82, you must apply the portnumber in the URL: http://domainname:82
If you omiss the portnumber (which is standard), the URL yields to Port 80 - and Port 80 is already served by another process, which does not respond to the request (therefore the blank page). Anyway, it is a bad idea to change Apache to Port 82 (as you see, it leads to an ugly URL containing the portnumber), instead you should find out, which process already listenes to Port 80 and then change this program to listen to a different port. Usually Skype is known for this kind of problems, you can configure Skype not to use Port 80 in the Options menu and then restart Skype and Apache (and reset Apache to listen to Port 80).
If you are running Apache from Xampp, beware that Xampp is not suited for running online, your server will be hacked soon because Xampp is highly unsafe. Is is meant for development only.