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: PHP with MySQL Essential Training

When Apache serves web requests, it looks for files in the default document root. It is good practice changing the document root to your own folder, since this is where your PHP files will be located. Using Mac OS 10.8 and the MySQL database, this video demonstrates how to use terminal commands and the Nano editor to create a new document root. It will also offer tips on how to add an Apache configuration file to tell the web server where your files are located.

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Skill Level Beginner
14h 32m
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