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106 New Member
Hi Guys,

Just installed WAMP5 and placed my project in the WWW folder but whenever i access my project folder it shows me a blank page although my project folder got an index file .
i don't know what's wrong !!

ANy Help
Jan 18 '09 #1
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which directory is defined as the document root in the httpd.conf file? if you just open http://localhost/ you should see the standard apache "it works"-page (unless you have removed it), did that work for you?
Jan 18 '09 #2
106 New Member

When i open that page i do not see It works But i see a Lovely page for the Wamp called WAMP5 Homepage containing a list with my projects and some other stuff
Jan 18 '09 #3
5,058 Recognized Expert Expert
Ok, so it looks like your server is working just like it should.
What is the problem then?
Jan 18 '09 #4
106 New Member
:) the Problem is that the project is not working when i access my project directory it shows me a blank page
Jan 18 '09 #5
5,058 Recognized Expert Expert
Ok. How are you accessing the directory?
I am assuming you are trying to view it in a browser?

If so, using a file path, like "C:\www\mypage. php", will not work.
If you want to have the PHP page displayed as a PHP page, you need to go through the HTTP server, which means using a "http://localhost/..." path.

If you are already doing that, and you are still getting a blank page, check the source. See if you are getting the PHP code sent as plain-text. That would indicate that your HTTP server is not recognizing the .php extension as PHP code.
Jan 18 '09 #6
106 New Member
Yes im doing so http://localhost/... but still a blank page
how shall i fix that my HTTP server is not recognizing php extension
Jan 18 '09 #7
5,058 Recognized Expert Expert
Is the PHP code showing up in the source sent to the browser?

Try going to the web-root and create a file called "phpinfo.ph p", and put this code into it:
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  1. <?php
  2. phpinfo();
  3. ?>
Then do "http://localhost/phpinfo.php".

If that gives you a blank page, do "View source" (or whatever version of that your browser uses). If you see the code I just posted in the source, then you have a problem.

Then you would have to configure your Apache server so that it recognizes PHP. And how that would work depends on how you installed the server and which version of Apache you use.
Jan 18 '09 #8
106 New Member
This phpinfo() function Works Great and shows me all the information regarding my PHP
Jan 18 '09 #9
5,058 Recognized Expert Expert
That means your server is configured correctly.

There must be a problem with the other page then.
Try enabling error reporting in that code. Just put these two lines at the top of the script:
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  1. error_reporting(E_ALL);
  2. ini_set('display_errors', true);
That should show you if there are any errors in that code.
Jan 18 '09 #10

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