Apache Install on CentOS 5.6

I have never installed apache before.  Where can i find specific instructions on where/how to download it and how to install it?  
deklinmAsked:
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farzanjCommented:
Issue the following command

yum install httpd

It should do it
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savoneCommented:
Use the following command to install apache:
yum install httpd

Then use the following command to start it on boot:
chkconfig httpd on

Then start it for the first time:
service httpd start

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Jayachandran PalanisamyTechnical Consultant - LinuxCommented:
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deklinmAuthor Commented:
after the install is complete where should i navigate to in order to find the directory?
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savoneCommented:
Well the configuration files will be in:

/etc/httpd/

The files for your website would go in:

/var/www/html/

And the log files will be here:

/var/log/httpd/

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