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One of my question was closed as being a configuration question and not a programming one: Why do I get a WAMP homepage when clicking on specific website's URL on LocalHost? On which forum should I post it instead?

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The StackOverflow FAQ states the following as types of questions:

  • a specific programming problem
  • a software algorithm
  • software tools commonly used by programmers
  • practical, answerable problems that are unique to the programming profession

The Superuser FAQ states the following as types of questions:

  • computer hardware,
  • computer software, or
  • personal and home computer networking

WAMP would be considered computer software configuration issue and should be directed there, as it is not a programing related issue.

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Thanks cryptic, I have transfered it to serverfault.com/questions/484230/… –  Arthur Mamou-Mani Mar 3 '13 at 12:19
    
@ArthurMamou-Mani Please read their FAQ and make sure your question fits. –  Bart Mar 3 '13 at 12:20
    
Guys, sorry I already posted on serverfault, should I delete it from there and add it to superuser? –  Arthur Mamou-Mani Mar 3 '13 at 12:23
    
Bart, thanks, which distinction? I have added information on answer since my question. not sure what else I can add. –  Arthur Mamou-Mani Mar 3 '13 at 12:24
    
@ArthurMamou-Mani That was directed to cryptic who suggested deleting his answer here. –  Bart Mar 3 '13 at 12:25
    
@Bart updated =o) –  cryptic ツ Mar 3 '13 at 12:28
    
WAMP questions should generally be on-topic for SO, provided they concern someone's development or testing environment. Note that there were other serious problems with this asker's question (that he later corrected when he reposted it) but he may have actually had better luck on WordPress Development. –  Shog9 Nov 19 '13 at 15:46

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