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  • Member Since: October 30th, 2012
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  • Posted a reply to "Install WordPress 'Raw' ??", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    I have tried many things, but obviously not the ONE CORRECT thing to resolve the…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Install WordPress 'Raw' ??", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    OK Now when I go to the URL: http://localhost:8080/Wordpress/index.php I get the message: Your PHP…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Install WordPress 'Raw' ??", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Thanks for the reply. Apache's htdocs folder That's the answer to the first question -…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Install WordPress 'Raw' ??", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    I forgot to mention that each item PHP, Apache, & MySQL are all installed into…

    1 year ago

  • Created a topic, Install WordPress 'Raw' ??, on the site WordPress Support Forums

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "WordPress as Intranet Application?", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Thank you for the reply. I just now looked at the site you referenced. First…

    1 year ago

  • Created a topic, WordPress as Intranet Application?, on the site WordPress Support Forums

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "WordPress on MySQL, but also 'talks' to SQL Server", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Thanks, I'll give it a try.

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "WordPress on MySQL, but also 'talks' to SQL Server", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Thanks for the reply. So you are indicating that the various SQL Server tasks need…

    1 year ago

  • Created a topic, WordPress on MySQL, but also 'talks' to SQL Server, on the site WordPress Support Forums

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Well, for those who are still interested, I finally got into WordPress. Apparently despite following…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    I will add that while my WordPress seems to be unable to 'find' and/or 'connect'…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Pointing my browser at: http:/localhost/home brings up EasyPHP DevServer - Administration Which has its own…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Now on to next challenge.... I again followed the EasyPHP instructions on how to install…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Interesting.... While the EasyPHP interface does not open or run phpmyadmin, the DevServer - Administration…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Yes it does. It shows the DevServer - Administration While I won't do anything more…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    OK, then http://Localhost worked And http://Localhost/PhpInfoTest.php worked So could there be one or more things…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    The installation default path for EasyPHP into a Win7 machine (based on what is shown…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    I just now went into the EasyPHP directories and found that the EasyPHP installation had…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    I haven't developed any website yet. So what I would I use to check: "your_local_domain"…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    The only variation I did during the installation was to, since I am running under…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Yes that is exactly how the instructions that I was following says to do it…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    OK - progress I guess that doing a Total "House Cleaning" on the previously installed…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    OK, I'll give it all a try again. I have UnInstalled Apache, PHP, MySQL, &…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Was that before, or after you edited httpd.conf? Both before and after - same results.…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Thanks for the reply. Before I wiped everything out and tried EasyPHP, I had no…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Well EasyPHP didn't work either. I UnInstalled my previous MySQL, Apache, & PHP I then…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Thanks OK, its worth a try. BTW: I did not use WAMP or XAMP to…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Thanks for the suggestion. I see where it says: EasyPHP is a WAMP package that…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    This is to be a Development server and (more importantly) a Learning environment.

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Thanks for the reply. (BTW: Oops - I meant to say PHP.INI instead of PHP.Conf…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Well I changed the slashes (/ to \) used in the extension configurations within the…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Thanks for the suggestions. I am not sure if WordPress has been tested/developed for PHP5.5.6…

    1 year ago

  • Created a topic, Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is require, on the site WordPress Support Forums

    1 year ago

  • Created a topic, How to set up development environment, on the site WordPress Support Forums

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "VFB - undefined method WP_Screen::get_columns()", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    This topic has been resolved. I was using InstantWP which uses an older version of…

    2 years ago

  • Created a topic, VFB - undefined method WP_Screen::get_columns(), on the site WordPress Support Forums

    2 years ago