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Dreamweaver local server setup error

Jan 18, 2013 3:10 PM

Tags: #error #dreamweaver



I really need your help with setting up a local server, I've tried everyrthing and it's driving me insane. I've istalled xampp and it is working ok. I have bought a php script called wlol and am trying to modify the templates a little bit. I've followed a tutorial that shows how to set up a local server using xampp and dreamweaver. I followed the instructiones to the letter but when all is done and I click on the index.php I can see the code view but when I click on discover and then on live view I get this message :

Fatal error: Class 'WLOL' not found in C:\xampp\htdocs\fulkul\index.php on line 21


Can somedbody please help me, this is driving me insane!


Thank you!

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    Jan 18, 2013 3:49 PM   in reply to surfac

    Are your local site files inside XAMPP/htdocs/yoursite/?


    David Powers has some very good tutorials on setting up a PHP Environment with various Local Testing Servers including XAMPP.


    Setting up a PHP environment in Dreamweaver


    Building your first dynamic website – Part 1: Setting up your site and database connection 1.html




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    Jan 19, 2013 3:47 AM   in reply to surfac

    check your database. try also in a remote server if not works.

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    Jan 19, 2013 4:56 PM   in reply to surfac

    Maybe there's some wonky code in your php file.


    • Go to File > New > blank php. 
    • Hit Create and insert the following code between the <body> tags.
      echo date("l, F d, Y h:i" ,time());
    • SaveAs test.php. 
    • Preview in browser.


    Are you able to see a date and time in your test page?



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