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    minaadel1994 Guest

    I know i haven't been active but i want to help.

    These days i have nothing but free time and i would like to offer my "free" help for nothing back!! i know sql - lite , mysql, C# and i want to learn Php but it sounds like alot of hard work to just install the php itself and running it :S , anyway! i have alot of html knowledge too, and if anyone needs my help don't hesitate :P

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    [url]http://www.wampserver.com/en/download.php[/url]

    This is a all in one server package with Apache Server, PHP, and MySQL installed. It's easy to practice PHP when you have a test server package like this. It's easy to install and use. Give it a try; if you can learn C# then PHP will be easy.
    "Workers of the world unite; you have nothing to lose but your chains." -Karl Marx

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    minaadel1994 Guest

    Thank you :)

    Thank you moonbat i'm very greatfull to you and i am a professional C# developper ,i've gotten 4 certificates from microsoft :-) , anyway if you need any help just don't hesitate !

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    minaadel1994 Guest

    I need help now :S

    I've installed wamp and all , i try to go to localhost/www/index.php but it says page cannot be found :S and error 404

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    Quote Originally Posted by minaadel***4 View Post
    I've installed wamp and all , i try to go to localhost/www/index.php but it says page cannot be found :S and error 404
    Think of it this way. If you installed wamp in C:\wamp and you put the file index.php in C:\wamp\www then all you have to do to access it is open your browser and type localhost/index.php
    "Workers of the world unite; you have nothing to lose but your chains." -Karl Marx

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    minaadel1994 Guest

    Not what i meant :D

    I know that you have to open it from the browser itself and how to do it! the problem is index.php exists... and i tryed an html file (opening it from browser itself not from the file too) it works perfectly fine it's just the .php that glitches :S it just gives me error 404 and file not found :S i've searched this on many websites they said what was the cause but not how to fix it :S:S
    (tryed reinstalling wamp server and IIS)

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    a MUST VIEW LINK

    You wont find better than this website:
    http://www.w*schools.com/

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    minaadel1994 Guest

    no one gets me

    Guys i don't have trouble learning php :S i have trouble running it! it gives me 404 error and file not found message

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    Okay, what is the exact text you are typing in the browser address window?
    "Workers of the world unite; you have nothing to lose but your chains." -Karl Marx

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    minaadel1994 Guest

    :d

    euhmmm i looked in inetmgr (start menu/ run / inetmgr) and i tryed running index.php it from there (right click on index.php and browse) it writes in the browser localhost/myweb/index.php (myweb is what i named the website)

    still tells me file not found... look i know how to find the file from the browser but it doesn't display it and glitch!

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    minaadel1994 Guest

    omggg.....

    guys come on u still dont get me loool .... nvm! (i've done that and tells me file not found thats the POINT ITS THERE!!!!! )

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