LDMartin1959 wrote:This is apparently a XAMPP configuration issue as I have 16GB of ram and 2TB of hard drive space
Sharley wrote:Before learning DW you should learn some points about the server you are to use.
Sharley wrote:Did you start Apache and MySQL? if so, are they both still running?
Sharley wrote:What do you see when you type http://localhost/xampp/index.php
Sharley wrote:Read the readme_en.txt file in the xamppfiles directory.
Altrea wrote:I can never recommend this editor to beginners because configurating is a mess, error messages are not helpful and all of this isn't really user friendly.
I am about to buy a mamp pro and am still on the testing level...After I installed mamp pro I started having problems with my dreamweaver cs5 for dynamic php files..I started receiving different mistakes in dreamweaver like "dynamic-related files could not be resolved because the server is out of memory or disc space"??? When i try to open my php files, dreamweaver states that the file is locked and can be only viewed??? I didn't have any problems when just had been using mamp..., are there special issues between mamp pro and dreamweaver??? Why in mamp pro the document root is not allowed in /application folder, when it was possible in mamp...
"As I had stated in the above paragraph it states "Dynamically-related files could not be resolved because the site definition is not correct for the server".
Under basic configuration settings:
Site name: Internal HPL
Local Site Folder: D:\Program Files\Adobe\DW-CIB\Test Site\Test_Ent_Site\wamp\www\Internal HPL\
Then under server configuration settings:
I set the Server name as: LocalPhp
Connect using: Local/Network
Server Folder: D:\Program Files\Adobe\DW-CIB\Test Site\Test_Ent_Site\wamp\www\Internal HPL\
Web URL: http://localhost:80/DW-CIB/Test Site/Test_En_Site/wamp/www/Internal HPL
Then under advanced configuration setting I set the correct Server Model to PHP Mysql
Also my Wampserver 2.0 is running fine, and the tested the Port which is also accessible.
SOMEONE, ANYONE, PLEASE HELP"
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