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i know that after installing php you need to modify the "httpd" file for the apache server but i was wondering where to put the following 3 things in it:

LoadModule php5_module php/sapi/php5apache2.dll
AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
AddType application/x-httpd-php-source .phps

???

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JJ


You need configure the apache (httpd.conf) for php.

Open the file httpd.conf and finds these places:

...
#LoadModule vhost_alias_module modules/mod_vhost_alias.so
#LoadModule ssl_module modules/mod_ssl.so
--> LoadModule php5_module php/sapi/php5apache2.dll <--
...
<IfModule mime_module>
    --> AddType application/x-httpd-php .php <--
    --> AddType application/x-httpd-php-source .phps <--
</IfModule>
...

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i just added the lines to the places where you told me but when i go to start the apache server and says that the operation has failed and won't start

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nvm i forgot to add the indents in the lines so now it works. but after i start the server it won't show the php things as the instalation website says "http://www.php-mysql-tutorial.com/install-apache-php-mysql.php#php"

nothing apears only white screen

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They can go anywhere. However this line:
[code]LoadModule php5_module php/sapi/php5apache2.dll[/code]
Should be:
[code]LoadModule php5_module C:/php/php5apache2.dll[/code]
Change C to the letter of your drive.

Just add them to the bottom of the httpd.conf.

Now save the httpd.conf and restart Apache. To restart Apache look at the bottom right of the screen next to the clock. Look for the Apache taskbar icon, whcih has a green triange pointing to the right, which is inside a white circle and a purple feater pointing to top left. If you left click that icon and select Apache2 then restart from the menu that appears. Wait 30 secounds. Now goto http://localhost/ and Apache should be configured to parse PHP files wth the PHP Intepreter.

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