Why localhost is not working in XAMPP?
Alternatively, you can navigate to C:00ampp\apache\conf\httpd. conf to open the file. Once you have the file open, locate the line that says Listen 80 and change it to Listen 8080 . Next, find the line that says ServerName localhost:80 and change that value to ServerName localhost:8080 .
How do I access my localhost 8080?
Use the Windows netstat command to identify which applications are using port 8080:
- Hold down the Windows key and press the R key to open the Run dialog.
- Type “cmd” and click OK in the Run dialog.
- Verify the Command Prompt opens.
- Type “netstat -a -n -o | find “8080””. A list of processes using port 8080 are displayed.
Why is XAMPP localhost not working and showing a blank page?
Xampp localhost not working and showing a blank page? So I installed xampp and tried to start but Apache was giving the usual error of port busy and I changed the port address to 8080 and also the localhost to 8080 in the httpd.conf file.
Why does Apache Wamp show a blank page?
(Sorry don’t know what it’s called my OS is in Swedish). My hosts file only has: 127.0.0.1 localhost. When I did that I got the localhost:8080 to work. But when I try to access phpmyadmin it just shows a blank page. I have also tried opening Wamp as an administrator. And I have re-installed Wamp multiple times.
Why does Apache localhost show a blank page?
So I installed xampp and tried to start but Apache was giving the usual error of port busy and I changed the port address to 8080 and also the localhost to 8080 in the httpd.conf file. Now,localhost just shows a blank page,no files I save in the htdocs folder show up.It’s just a blank page and nothing happens.Any suggestions?
How can I test my XAMPP on localhost?
An other thing you can do is to go into httpd.conf and change the listen to some other port other than 80 and test it out.Dont forget to add localhost:your selected port once you change the port to test it out. If you changed your port number, then type localhost:’port number’ to get to the xampp page.