I am running WordPress on OS X 10.6 Server (Snow Leopard) and I cannot seem to figure out where it’s putting the content I create.
All of this is local, on a computer I’m sitting in front of.
I can connect to WP admin and log in. I can pick themes and show pages. But when I ask it to show me a preview, or anything like that, I get the Mac’s default placeholder web page.
I don’t care to run any other web sites on this machine. Just WordPress.
The paths of interest are:
this contains all the WordPress file, loose. It also contains a file called phpinfo.php.
If I type http://localhost/phpinfo.php it brings up the PHP data page.
The Documents folder also contains an index.php file, which is unmodified.
If I point my browser at http://localhost/wp-login.php it presents me with a customized login page, but after logging in it goes to:
http://localhost/Documents/wp-login.php but this screen says object not found. This files does exist in Documents.
I’ve tried enough things I may have messed up a config file. Can anyone help?
Also, what should I set the OS X Server Web Server settings to? I.e. what host name, etc?
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