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How to properly host a website on Win7?

by universe1song / August 5, 2010 10:24 AM PDT

Hey everyone, I'm looking to be able to host my website locally, strictly to troubleshoot design code changes to the site. If someone could point me to a good, thorough, detailed tutorial on how to do this, that would be awesome.

Here's what happened. I am running Win7, 64bit. I found an old tutorial on how to do this using XAMPP, but it seemed vague. I followed the instructions, and when trying to go to the local page in my browser, it was completely unrecognized. I realized after that I was not using the latest version of XAMPP, but have failed to successfully u

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by universe1song / August 5, 2010 10:27 AM PDT

And to continue (sorry, my trackpad on my laptop betrayed me)...

I have failed to successfully uninstall that installation in order to upgrade to a newer version.

If anyone could help me sort out these issues, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks!

-Scapegoat

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by Sovereign Forum moderator / August 6, 2010 4:24 AM PDT
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