How to Install WAMP for WordPress httpd.conf – Part 2

How to Install WAMP for WordPress on local host – Part 2

Step 1

– Go to your WAMP folder.

– Open  wamp folder.

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– open the “www” folder.

– Make a new folder inside the “www” folder and name whatever you want. Most likely your new client or “new_client_folder”

– Close the folder

– At the bottom right of your screen in the taskbar, right click on WAMP icon

– Click refresh.

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– Now, Left click on WAMP again, and in the flyout menu, look for Apache and click on it.

– To the side you’ll see the httpd.conf file, click on that.

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– Look for Document Root “C:/wamp/www/”

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– After www/ enter the name of your client folder so it now looks like this “C:/wamp/www/new_client_folder”

– Look for Directory and change the root file name the same way, so it too will read “”C:/wamp/www/new_client_folder””.

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– Click on file and Save.

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– Close the folder.
– Left click on WAMP icon in the lower right service tray
– Click on restart all services.

Now you have established which folder will be your local host.

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