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    CPanel alternatives for Apache

    I can't find a free cpanel alternative for Apache. I am using Windows but I have XAMPP installed on my machine.

    Please post links on the cpanel alternatives... Thank you very much

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    What are your requirements? WAMPServer and XAMPP allow you to start/stop/restart Apache, but if you need remote access to edit configs and such you might need something like Enkompass or Plesk.

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    I used to run ISPConfig, but i ran it in Debian not Windows.

    It's pretty nice for being free.

    http://www.ispconfig.org/

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    After death of ZPanlel I decided that will never use free panels again. The biggest problem of using free panels is that you can not sure, how long the team behind this project will continue to support it. I builded my website around Zpanel, growed it and then it happens. So it was pretty problem to migrate on other service. So I recomend you to spent some $$ on the panel, it will worth it!

    I choosed commercial panel with premium features that cPanel has, but with lower price - ISPmanager:
    Features
    Free online demo & trial
    Pricing

    -isp_lite-jpg

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    You shouldn't need a panel for your XAMPP/WAMP development environment as you have full access to everything without one.
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    Don't forget to start your JavaScript code with "use strict"; which makes it easier to find errors in your code.


 

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