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Hi

I've got Easyphp installed on my network drive, and would like to share it with any computer thats on the network.

I use Dreamweaver, and I need to know how to setup a site, mainly the URL prefix the rest I already know.  

Appache is in the folder:
Z:/web sites/EasyPHP 2.0b1/www/

Basicaly I'm unsure as the what to set the URL prefix to in Dreamweaver.

Thanks

Resna
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Hi all

Never mind, it seems just using 'localhost' still works using this method.  

I never tried it :)

Resna
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by:Jason C. Levine
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Resna,

Glad you figured it out.  Please accept your own post as the answer.
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Ah sweet did not know I could do that :D

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