open http://localhost/dashboard/ ➚
In the context of XAMPP, accessing
localhost/dashboard/ typically leads to the XAMPP Dashboard or XAMPP Welcome Page. XAMPP is a free and open-source cross-platform web server solution stack package developed by Apache Friends. The name XAMPP is an acronym, with each letter representing one of its components:
- X: Stands for Cross-platform.
- A: Apache HTTP Server
- M: MySQL database
- P: PHP programming language
- P: Perl programming language
When you install and run XAMPP on your local machine, it sets up a web server environment for testing and developing web applications. The
localhost refers to your local machine, and
/dashboard/ is a path configured by XAMPP to provide a centralized point for managing and accessing different tools and services included in the XAMPP stack.
The XAMPP Dashboard typically includes links and information related to the installed components, such as:
- Status: The status of the Apache server, MySQL database, and other services.
- Tools: Links to various tools like phpMyAdmin for database management.
- Documentation: Links to documentation and resources.
- Security: Information about securing your XAMPP installation.
localhost/dashboard/ in your web browser, you can navigate to this centralized page to manage and monitor your XAMPP services and access related tools. Keep in mind that the exact appearance and content of the XAMPP Dashboard may vary slightly between different XAMPP versions, so you should refer to the specific version's documentation for more details.
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These data are reflected instantly. It is never saved on the server, stored or used.
127.0.0.1 Server Pages
localhost:81 ⟷ localhost:631 ⟷ localhost:9000 ⟷ localhost:4000 ⟷ localhost:11501 ⟷ localhost:8001 ⟷ localhost:5774 ⟷ localhost:3306
localhost/dashboard ⟷ localhost/wordpress ⟷ localhost/wordpress/wp-admin ⟷ http://localhost/mysql