Thank you for Uniform Server. I have many hundreds of .htm and .php documents in D:\aa_web_projects. If I place one of those documents into C:\Program Files\UniformServer\Uniform Server\diskw\www, it opens perfectly, but moving all of my web_projects documents there isn't feasible. I've had other WAMP installations that I didn't like nearly as much as Uniform Server 3.3, and my solution to the documents location problem was solved by HomeSite 5.5, in which I can enable server mapping. Usually, I would map from D:\aa_web_projects to http://localhost/, and when I would preview a PHP page I was working on, HomeSite would run it through my server to display it, so the PHP would work. When I try this in Uniform Server, I get: "The webpage cannot be found." The same thing happens when I try to map to W:/www. It doesn't matter whether I try to view an HTML page or a PHP page. I also tried editing httpd.conf so that Document Root is D:\aa_web_projects, but that didn't help. I'm using Windows XP SP2, with the Windows Firewall blocking Apache and MySQL from accepting connections from the Internet. I would be most grateful for any suggestions on how to get this mapping to work. Given the many developers still using HomeSite, I'll bet it will help a lot of others as well.