Category Archives: Apache

Install CakePHP in a subdirectory of WordPress

Let’s say you have a WordPress installation which is accessible in the browser at and you want to install CakePHP in a sub-directory (or a directory inside a sub-directory) within WordPress so that it is accessible at something like … Continue reading

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Fix HTTP 500 Internal Server Error on renaming CakePHP root directory

If you have to rename your CakePHP root folder for some reason, you might come across HTTP 500 Internal Server Error. This generally happens because of PHP opcode caching done by PHP accelerators for performance boosts. The problem can usually … Continue reading

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Getting Port 80 for Apache to work in MAMP or MAMP Pro

If you’re stuck with MAMP (or MAMP Pro) unable to use the default Apache and MySQL ports (Port 80 and Port 3306 respectively) when you change them in preferences, use the following steps to ensure that the changes you make … Continue reading

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