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I want to use both node.js and previously written php code at the same time, so I setup an http proxy in node.js using node-http-proxy and am forwarding the traffic I want Apache to handle to a different port. Unfortunately, I end up with a URL like "".

Is there a way to remove the port so that the above URL would be just ""?

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Here's an article on how to run Apache alongside Node. It may be useful to someone.

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