If your previous Apache setup stopped working after updating to MacOS High Sierra, then this post should be useful for you. On every update of the MacOS it ships with its own version of Apache and PHP and creates a new install that overrides your configuration.
If you have sensitive data on your site, you may want to install an SSL Certificate to make it more secure. Here is a brief tutorial being on AWS EC2 Ubuntu instance on how to set it up. My server settings are Apache2 and Ubuntu 9.x
This is useful if you don’t have access to phpmyadmin on your server but have access to ssh and ftp. Or you have a huge sql dump like 10MB or higher that you cannot import directly on phpmyadmin. In my case the phpmyadmin directory was password protected by Apache and I don’t have the right… Read More Import sql dump using the MySQL client
I didn’t like using All in One Package during the my early years of learning how to install Apache, PHP and MySQL in my Windows box – there were programs like PHPTriad and similar which offers these three in one convenient installation without getting your hands dirty so to speak on the configuration. From my… Read More All in One Package