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    How to see sql files in browser & connect to my website

    A programmer created sql (and php, css) files for me. He is traveling abroad and unreachable for a while, so I have a couple questions.

    I can open them in Sublime 2 to see the code, but how do I see them in a browser? And how to "connect" them to my Dreamweaver website (which has not launched yet).

    These files are for visitor comments (that I need to connect to my web pages where I want visitor comments), login/logoff, registration, and visitor profile pages.

    Thanks.

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    You need a webserver for to see it in browser.
    For SQL connecting to your PHP you need a Database.
    If you own a domain you need to upload your PHP and CSS on FTP and for you SQL you need it put into mostly "PHPMyAdmin".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinwoh View Post
    You need a webserver for to see it in browser.
    For SQL connecting to your PHP you need a Database.
    If you own a domain you need to upload your PHP and CSS on FTP and for you SQL you need it put into mostly "PHPMyAdmin".
    I have Apache webserver for testing - but how do I get the sql and php files to show up there?
    And your second sentence "If you own a domain you need to upload your PHP and CSS on FTP" doesn't make sense. You don't need a domain to open files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scripthelper View Post
    I have Apache webserver for testing - but how do I get the sql and php files to show up there?
    And your second sentence "If you own a domain you need to upload your PHP and CSS on FTP" doesn't make sense. You don't need a domain to open files.
    That isn't to open files but to upload files for make them online.

    If you want to see your files on a browser, find your IP adres SEE HERE and paste it in your webbrowser.
    And it will go to your Apache webserver index, mostly http://localhost or http://127.0.0.1 works as well.


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