WampDeveloper Pro is configured, by default, to pick up and answer all requests it receives (access to websites is not blocked)... But these requests have to get to WampDeveloper Pro first.
How-to set up a connection with DreamWeaver to a website, and also to a database.
WampDeveloper Pro only works directly with Apache but can be configured to run on the same system with Tomcat and IIS, and to transparently forward specific requests to these server applications for processing.
WampDeveloper Pro's structure is designed for modularity, ease-of-use, ease-of-upgrade, and ease-of-migration. Moving websites is a very simple process.
How-to generate an .htpasswd file with the proper usernames and passwords in it by using Apache's 'htpasswd.exe' application.
How-to use an .htaccess file to granted/restricted access to websites and folders.
How-to use OpenSSL to create a private key, a certificate signing request, and then utilize the certificate (public key) with Apache.
How-to enable WebDav in a website's /share URL + folder with correct user/password authentication. Then map a network drive to that share with the native Windows XP/Vista/7 WebDav client.
Manually Installing Web Applications
WampDeveloper Pro can install web applications such as WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, Magento, MediaWiki and phpBB3 automatically. These instructions are for installing web applications manually.
The general, high-level overview of the wep application installation process.
In this how-to we will create a website, set up a database, and install wordpress into the /blog URL-space. This tutorial should take about 10 minutes to do.
In this how-to we will create a website, set up a database, and install drupal to run the entire website. This tutorial should take about 15 minutes to do.