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I am able to set it up locally but would like to host it on my own website.

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Documentation: – Sampson May 16 '10 at 13:47

You cannot set apache up on a website, only on a server. Apache is an application that handles http requests on your ip, so installing it makes having a website possible.

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im sorry i had a typo but i meant AMPache – whatsmellsfunny May 16 '10 at 13:18

The documentation looks pretty straight forward (assuming that you have the requirements - Webserver, PHP, MySQL).

Just download the Stable version, extract it (following the Extraction section) and then follow the rest of the install instructions (replacing localhost with whatever the URL for your website is - eg.

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