The mySQL mayhem wasn’t really mayhem. Took about 10 minutes to get it fixed. The real mayhem lies in the php. My webserver throws a 500 error on me if I try to make the index page a php page.

I created an .htaccess file and specified the directory index to look for index.php first, and I added a php mime-type. Server is still not satisfied.

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  1. Do you have access to your Apache config file? Generally I think that is where you would configure the server to allow for index.html, default.html, index.php, etc. as a home page.

    Hope this helps (if you haven’t already figured it out).

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