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  1. You guys are awesome! The include file in header.html (Step #1, page 385) was missing. Making rookie mstakes is frustrating, but a terrific way to learn, none-the-less. I'm glad you guys have my back. Proceeding with the remainder of the chapter. I may return with more rookie questions. I've been very pleased I made it this far largely on my own. Kudos to Larry for a well-written, well-documented text.
  2. Running into a nasty little bug in my login.php script (13.5). Fatal error: Call to undefined function is_administrator(). It's as if the footer.html file can not locate the function which is located in the functions.php file inside the includes folder. I'm sure it is "user error." I just wanted to check in and see if anyone else has experienced this nasty little bug.
  3. Does displaying your phpinfo() page on your server pose any security risks?
  4. @HartleySan -- Thanks for the link. I used the following instructions to change the port ... 1. locate httpd.conf, example is D:\xampp\apache\conf\httpd.conf look for words “Listen 80″ and change into “Listen 8080″ look for words “ServerName localhost:80″ and change into “ServerName localhost:8080″ Save the file 2. locate httpd-ssl.conf, example is D:\xampp\apache\conf\extra\httpd-ssl.conf look for words ““Listen 443″ and change into ““Listen 4499″ look for words “<VirtualHost _default_:443>″ and change into “<VirtualHost _default_:4499>″ look for words “ServerName localhost:443″ and change into “ServerName localhost:4499″ Save the file 3. then start the XAMPP control panel, should be worked, 4. if you want to access localhost, the new link is localhost:8080/, example you want open phpmyadmin, then http://localhost:8080/phpmyadmin/ My localhost is now ... http://localhost:8080/ ... which is fine with me. I'm up and running!! Thanks again.
  5. I am just starting and have "successfully" downloaded XAMPP using the instructions from Appendix A. I am having a challenge starting Apache from the Conrol Panel. The following screen shot offers clues ... http://webskillswork.com/images/apache_xampp.png My read on the problem I need to solve ... Port 80 in use by "system"! Any and all advice as to how to resolve this conflict is appreciated. Thanks!
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