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cs6 for mac configuration and mamp

Thread began 3/24/2015 11:57 am by software.current355386 | Last modified 3/25/2015 12:04 pm by software.current355386 | 474 views | 4 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

installing mamp is pretty strait forward, download the installer form here:
http://www.mamp.info/en/

if you are familiar with XAMPP on windows, it's not really that different.

in XAMPP, it would create the site root as:
c:\xampp\htdocs

which mapped to the site address:
http://localhost

for each DW site you would create a subfolder of:
c:\xampp\htdocs

for example
c:\xampp\htdocs\site1

and adjust the web URL appropriatly:
http://localhost/site1


Same strategey applies with MAMP, the only difference is where the htdocs folder gets created.

in MAMP, the htdocs folder gets treated at:
Applications:Mamp;htdocs

create the subfolder for the site there:
Applications:Mamp;htdocs:site1

and the same web URL will link to it:
http://localhost/site1

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