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- Testing Cool URIs on localhost in Windows
- Peter Mount
March 2, 2006, 9:12 pm
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I was reading a tutorial on Cool URI's.
I'm changing over to Linux from Windows but I need to finish a web site
first in Windows before that can be completed. When I check the web site
in localhost Windows puts %20 in the blank spaces (I'm sure you all know
With the rewrite rule in httpd.conf I've got "/" going to "index.php"
and "/news/" going to "news.php". When I upload the site will it work OK
if I just replace the localhost part of the url (in the menu file) with
the proper web site address?
As the web address hasn't been redirected to the new web host will I be
able to use the IP address of the web site's new location (i.e. after
it's redelegated) to check it while it's still being propogated?
Re: Testing Cool URIs on localhost in Windows
contents of "This Web Site" in the htdocs folder on your live server.
If you already have the ip address for your server then just open it.
http://192.168.1.234/news/ or whatever your ip address happens to be.