- Have you setup your site?
- Have you installed a PHP/MySQL server?
- Have you ensured that the PHP version < 7?
- Do the documents have a PHP extension?
I am sure that you can answer 'yes' to most of the question, it is merely a checklist.
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In your PHP testing environment, is display_errors set to On? If you don't know, run phpinfo() to check the value in the Core section of the PHP configuration.
Judging from your screenshots, everything is set up correctly in the server behavior dialog boxes, so the most likely reason is that there is output to the browser before the header() function is called. If you turn on display_errors, you should probably get an error message about "headers already sent".
The other possibility is that you've mistyped the username or password.
By the way, Dreamweaver server behaviors use outdated code that won't work in PHP 7. Even when you get the present issue resolved, you should seriously consider redoing your site to use MySQL Improved (MySQLi) or PDO. Adobe removed the server behaviors from Dreamweaver CC for a very good reason.
Yes Ben! Its all there. thanks! Anymore clues?