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Run php website on WAMPSERVER

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After installing the WAMPSERVER on Window server, where should I put my php file and create a website ? Any quick example ?

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You need to put your files in the www folder within the wamp folder. The wamp folder is located where you have installed the wampserver. For example c:\wamp\www

There would already be couple of files in the www folder to test.
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As per the WAMP website: http://www.wampserver.com/en/

Using wampserver
The “www” directory will be automatically created (usually c:\wamp\www)
Create a subdirectory in “www” and put your PHP files inside.
Click on the “localhost” link in the WampSever menu or open your internet browser and go to the URL : http://localhost
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