I am new to this forum, and in doubt where to ask this question, so please guide me if this is not the place to ask.
Well, I got shocked today, I realised that the content of my /var/www/html folder were accesible from www on the domain olsenweb .dk - without java script enabled in my browser. I have installed AMP server on my desktop and use it from my desktop. Previously I have used it from another devise on my network, then I can not use localhost but have to reconfigure apace and change it to my IP address, e.g. 192.168.1.10. Anyway I was sure that I had to do something actively to publish the content to www.
I especially do not understand what is happening, I can not access it from another device if Apace is configuret to localhost, but I can access the content from a remote web page on www? Is it my router/firewall I should be concerned about? Unfortunately I know very little about network, firewalls and apache.
Edit: I can see now that my localhost content is shown in a frame:
<frameset cols="100%"> <frame name="gratisdns" frameborder="0" framespacing="0" framepadding="0" src="http://joltestserver.cloudapp.net"> </frameset>
So it might not be accessible from www but only for me, could it be only 'localhost' that is changed to 'joltestserver.cloudapp.net' in my browser? olsenweb apparently is hosted on joltestserver.cloudapp.net
PING joltestserver.cloudapp.net (127.0.0.1) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from localhost (127.0.0.1): icmp_seq=1 ttl=64 time=0.017 ms ...
I have added a DNS tag - wondring if it could be a misconfigured DNS for joltestserver.cloudapp.net combined with a redirect from olsenweb?