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I can`t view the Spry dynamic content locally 2

Jun 13, 2009 10:11 PM

I would like to see web content on my computer. I am talking abuot Ajax, Spry, XML, Web 2.0.  I don`t have a website. I would like to designe one but I can`t preview in IE7 on my computer nothing.  The book says I have to setup Testing server (on my comp) and more things but I can`t. I am trying 5 days and nothing. Dreamweaver SC3. My root folder: D:\Inetpub\wwwroot\. Is there enyone who know how to do that? Step by step because your single words don`t work. Please. Thanks

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    Jun 14, 2009 2:01 AM   in reply to chrisbear2

    Why make another topic? The answer to you question is already posted in your other topic.

    Please do not create multiple topics about the same subject.


    Thank you.

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    Jun 14, 2009 2:09 AM   in reply to chrisbear2

    Before you go all wonky on me I suggest you check out your old topics first because I posted a answer you question...




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    Jun 14, 2009 2:24 AM   in reply to chrisbear2

    If things aren't working the way you expect, it's understandable that you're frustrated. However frustration is no excuse for being rude to others. Personal abuse will not be tolerated in this forum.


    Please read the advice on how to get help quickly and the guidelines on forum etiquette before posting again.


    The best way to get advice is to state your problem clearly. Say what you have done, and what doesn't work the way you expect. Frequently, the only way to solve a problem is to post an example online of the page that's giving you difficulties, and give the URL. You don't need to build a website first to do it. Just get some web space, and upload the page to a temporary URL.


    When you refer to instructions you have been following in a book, say which book.


    Finally, remember that the people who offer help in this and most other online forums are giving up their own time and knowledge to help others. Even if you don't think a person's reply is helpful, being rude to them will discourage others from stepping in to help solve your problem.

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    Jun 15, 2009 5:11 AM   in reply to chrisbear2

    As this is your 3rd post on this subject, Please tell us what the problem is, I did reply to both your 1st and 2nd post, and whilst I agree that my 1st post did not give an adequate reply (I misunderstood the problem), I think my second reply was adequate and I did offer to help further if you had problems, (please remember that I have to work as well as trying to help other users on the forum).


    My 2nd reply was as follows:


    If you wish to use the IIS server then go to:

    and download the Microsoft web platform.


    This 2nd option here is best if you are using php or are a beginner -

    If you wish to use an apache server try:

    or for a fuller installation (server/mysql/php)


    Don't forget to get the documentation as well!




    Once you have one of these working (or have a problem with), then please return.


    Message was edited by: pziecina


    If there is anything you do not understand, or require help with please reply to the original post, but as David Powers says any abusive language will prevent me (and others), from replying (I did not see the previous moderated post).



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