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For use, AddOutputFilterByType should also activate the filter module. Uncomment LoadModule filter_module modules/mod_filter.so in the httpd.conf file


To enable Deflate compression for resources with WAMP (thus Apache), you can use this following code in your .htaccess file: <IfModule mod_deflate.c> <FilesMatch "\.(html|php|txt|xml|js|css)$"> SetOutputFilter DEFLATE </FilesMatch> </IfModule> It works well for several websites I own.


I hope I edited your question correctly. As I understand you want to connect to the server on your local computer from your mobile. First you'll need to open the correct port on your PC and router. Then make sure WampServer is listening on that port and is not bound to an IP. For example instead of: Listen You should have: Listen 80 Or ...


I use this: Options +FollowSymLinks RewriteEngine On #RewriteBase / # check if the file don't exists then redirect RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteRule ^(.*)\.html$ $1.php [NC,L] and it work fine, the $a should be $1 RewriteEngine On Enables the rewrite IF mod_rewrite is enable. RewriteBase / Executes all the rules from the root (/) ...


Please reverse everything you have done thus far. Please uninstall IIS Server using Programs and Features, until you understand that IIS operates on port 80(default), and that Apache is also attempting to operate on port 80. You must either choose: To Configure IIS to operate on port 80, and set Apache to operate on port 8080. To Configure Apache on port ...


Can you still access /wp-admin ? I fixed mine when it was doing this after migration by going to /wp-admin -> Permalinks -> set to the default (simple) page_id and then back to my date structure. This recreated the mod rewrite rules and it was OK after that.


Check wp-config.php to make certain it has all the right configuration settings in place, as well as any other information it may need, such as DB name, access and the like.


Try deleting the alias you just added. Add the alias back in manually, ideally by copying one you already have that you know works, then carefully modifying it accordingly. Be careful with spaces. As the accepted answer mentions, the new alias is almost certainly the problem. Only reason for adding a separate answer is that in my experience of this exact ...


When the WAMP icon turns orange it means that it wasn't able to start up properly. You say that you made a configuration change just before it turned orange. It sounds like you broke the Apache configuration when you added the alias. Although it is likely not to be the same exact problem you have here is a report from somebody who fixed the orange WAMP ...


Your phpmyadmin configuration file contents in wamp alias folder must look as below: <Directory "c:/wamp/apps/phpmyadmin3.4.5/"> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews AllowOverride all Order Deny,Allow Allow from all </Directory> Whereas it looks as this: <Directory ...


It could be a number of things but it is probably that apache is Listening on the W8 IPV6 default localhost address which is ::1 edit httpd.conf, using the link on the wampserver icon wampserver -> apache -> https.conf find the line > Listen 80 and change to > listen This will force apache to listen on IPV4 and make the pre-configured ...

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