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(1) Is there a config-value for not displaying urls in the title bar?

Instead of the 'Title' provided in my phpdock.ini I keep on getting
'http://localhost:8001/index.php'

(2) How can I evade webserver conflicts when another webserver
is running?


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Instead of the 'Title' provided in my phpdock.ini I keep on getting

There are two kind of titles in phpdock: Title of the WINDOW and Title of the Application. Latter one is specified in the ini and is displayed in the task bar. Former one is taken directly from the HTML. You may want to have <title> tag in the header with appropriate text you want to be displayed in the window title.

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How can I evade webserver conflicts when another webserver is running?

Builtin webserver does not conflict with any other servers. It runs quite far from regular TCP/80. The default port is 8001. If it is in-use, phpdock will try 8002 and so forth until it finds a port that is not used. What's important is to have Windows Firewall updated to unblock ports for phpdock. Please read netsh documentation in MSDN. You may want to run appropriate netsh commands when your phpdock-based application is installing.

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You may want to have <title> tag in the header with appropriate text you want to be displayed in the window title.

Yes, thank you, that's it...maybe too obvious Embarassed
I only had tried the empty <title></title>

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Builtin webserver does not conflict with any other servers.

Are you sure? When Apache (1.3) is running PHPDock will display the PHP-source.
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Yes, I am sure.
Please make sure that the URL includes port:
Your InitialUrl should be something like below:
InitialUrl=http://localhost:${HTTPServer:Listen}/index.php

Without ${HTTPServer:Listen} it will try to connect TCP/80 and use your web server instead of the built-in one.

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Please make sure that the URL includes port:
Your InitialUrl should be something like below:
InitialUrl=http://localhost:${HTTPServer:Listen}/index.php

OK - peaceful coexistance IS possible^^

Thanks for your superquick response!
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