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#1 MarkHoward

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Posted 01 September 2015 - 09:04 PM

I'm a newbie.

Have installed UniformServer on Windows10.

The test pages loaded OK.

I then copied my website to the www folder.

There is no index.html or index.php in the root folder - but there are various html and php files in sub folders.

When I use "View www" and navigate to open any of these files, none of them open.  I just get an empty screen.

 

What am I doing wrong please?



#2 MarkHoward

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Posted 01 September 2015 - 09:31 PM

Further information.

After installing I had to change the port used from 80 to 81 because 80 was already being used.

 

In the browser address line, if I delete back to "localhost/" then there is a list of subfolders of root - but with a different icon.

If I delet one more character - so "localhost" then I get the following:

 

- Uniform Server Zero -X1 Splash page with a "U" icon

with an apparent path of "localhost:81/:us-splash.index.php (in fact the only place this file is, is in "UniServerZ/home/us-splash"

This opens if I click on it.

 

- localhost:81

This doesn't open

 

- Quick Start Guide with a "U" icon

Path = localhost:81/us-docs/Quick Start Guide.html

This opens if I click on it.

 

and then 3 folders that are in the www folder each with an "old" icon and none of which will open.

I did have EZYphp loaded before - but it stopped working. 

 

Does that provide any more clues?

 

PS. Uninstalling EZYphp and rebooting the computer makes no difference.

 

PPS. 

If I start the browser address menu with "D:" then I get to select

In this mode, the browser will open the .html and .php files.

 

Is there something wrong in my configuration?

 

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#3 MarkHoward

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Posted 07 September 2015 - 11:01 PM

Nearly a week.  No suggestions?






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