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can someone tell me how to set up a local testing server on a mac

Thread began 10/30/2009 5:55 pm by mikeybabe | Last modified 11/04/2009 4:31 pm by mikeybabe | 1657 views | 9 replies



To use MAMP, you simply need to start MAMP and then set a few defaults - such as where localhost (your server root) will reside. You probably will want to map it to your "sites" folder. Then I would reset the Apache/MySQL ports to default so they become 80 and 3306 respectively. If you set your localhost to map to the site folder and pretend you have a site in a folder within called "mysite", the path in your browser becomes "http://localhost/mysite/"



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