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Set up dynamic virtual host subdomains on WAMP

To streamline web dev, I want to be able to quickly switch between development branches of a project, using subdomains on my WAMP server. e.g. If my WAMP directory structure is like so: C:\wamp\www ...
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Setting up my vhosts file correctly in WAMPServer

I am trying to setup an mobile app that I have received from another dev locally on my machine, this is a cordova based mobile app that is basically html5/javascript etc.. I have added the following ...
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Allowing others in LAN to access dev sites at personal virtual host (myname.myserver.com) [closed]

I'm on Windows and have used WAMP to set up Apache, MySQL and PHP. I've installed ColdFusion on top of that, and everything works great for my local development. I've also set up my own virtual hosts ...
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3answers
656 views

wampserver VirtualHost

I have problem about setting new project. I just installed wamp 2.2E. I am using windows XP. In folder /www I created folder /example. In WINDOWS/system32/drivers/etc/hosts I added 127.0.0.1 ...
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ssl_error_rx_record_too_long showing up on firefox [closed]

I've got my regular wamp installation, and everything has been working fine with other vhosts, until I tried to make a vhost for DooPHP framework and I got an ssl_error_rx_record_too_long error on ...
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1answer
644 views

WAMP server hosting and domain/VH

So after a lot of frustration, I finally got WAMP server to work. I can access my webpage both from computers in my local network using the ip address of my machine the server is hosted on and also on ...
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2answers
1k views

Accessing Virtual Host from outside LAN [closed]

I'm setting up a web development platform that makes things as easy as possible to write and test all code on my local machine, and sync this with my web server. I setup several virtual hosts so that ...
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How to handle multiple virtualhost (w/ alias) on Windows?

Well, I know how to do virtual hosts, but on windows it looks harder to get what i want to. <VirtualHost *:80> ServerAdmin admin@domaindev.com DocumentRoot ...