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Old 18th June 2011, 09:29 AM
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Re: Tutorial: Setup Your Own Free Self-Hosted Web Server

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How to configure multiple wordpress sites under one ip adress.
AFAIK wordpress is capable of creating a multisite environment with one install. There was some plugin, which was merged into the core Wordpress package. Here's a tutorial: http://codex.wordpress.org/Create_A_Network
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Old 18th June 2011, 04:51 PM
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AFAIK wordpress is capable of creating a multisite environment with one install. There was some plugin, which was merged into the core Wordpress package. Here's a tutorial: http://codex.wordpress.org/Create_A_Network

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Old 24th June 2011, 04:48 AM
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Re: Tutorial: Setup Your Own Free Self-Hosted Web Server

Not sure if it's mentioned in this thread, but make sure your ISP doesn't block port 80. I had a hell of a time getting my web server working because I didn't know it was blocked.

Ended up using a different port, and all is good....

Have to set up the "Listen" option to listen on the different port....
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Old 15th October 2011, 08:48 PM
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Re: Tutorial: Setup Your Own Free Self-Hosted Web Server

hi guys i was just curious about the googlead on page one so i opened the source code by right clicking and select view source
i saw this written in it
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<!-- There is something bad in here -->
and i was wondering what that might mean
does anybody know why "theres somthing bad in here"?
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Old 15th October 2011, 09:24 PM
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Re: Tutorial: Setup Your Own Free Self-Hosted Web Server

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hi guys i was just curious about the googlead on page one so i opened the source code by right clicking and select view source
i saw this written in it

and i was wondering what that might mean
does anybody know why "theres somthing bad in here"?

It was me marking some bad coding (it's in the grey border that surrounds the page) in the forum header and footer templates.
I have removed it now.
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Old 2nd April 2012, 06:14 AM
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Re: Tutorial: Setup Your Own Free Self-Hosted Web Server

I put a script together over the last few days that will save me lots of time in the future... I've spent more time on the script than I need, but I actually had a bit of fun doing it... a different kind of thing, I guess.

Code:
hdmltree 
-creates the directory tree structure for new service setups
-populates a vhost file specific to it's own domain (add as many subdomains as you wish, anytime).
-load and save conf files for each domain. (save it, make advanced tweaks, load and process it, and you
   have a more advanced install within seconds).
-touches log files
-creates html.conf files
-warns you if your not su, but you can still create config files (you just can't deploy anything)
Like I said, it already does a bit more than I need. I just wish I had this years ago... Maybe it will help someone out.

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disclaimer... I know the code is sloppy. I did a lot of moving around until I figured out how I was going to do it. It works for me though. Anyone is free to change it to suit their needs.
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