Install PHP on your desktop. You will need a web server too. I use
PHP/MySQL/Apache on my Laptop, Desktop, Servers and workstations.
At 07:56 AM 7/27/2002 -0700, you wrote:
>I guess I should reiterate;
>"What is the easiest way to test locally (on my desktop) without having to
>Tim Luoma wrote:
> > Marcus Unlimited wrote:
> > > So what is the absolute simplest and easiest path to open my .html pages
> > > with some php mysql in em. and see them as they will work on the web???
> > To quote a friend of mine: "The only way to see how this will work is to
> > see how this will work."
> > Get some server space with the software installed, and play with it.
> > There's free space available for this purpose at http://www.evolt.org
> > and http://f2o.org/ and I'm sure others as well, but it's best if you
> > can setup a little 'sandbox' to play in on the actual machine that you
> > are using so that you are testing on the same versions, same config that
> > you will be running on.
> > TjL
>Multimedia Internet Design and Education
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