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Okay, so I'm using Apache 2.4 and PHP 7 to create my own local server to complete this tutorial. Further, I'm also using Slim 3.0, which only further complicates things--but shouldn't be an issue with this particular problem. I've followed Hampton's directions to a T (with Slim 3.0 corrections), but I am only getting results when I type in the following URLs:
Now this would appear to work fine, but my CSS and src references break because I'd have to add the extra "../" to reference them correctly. This would also cause problems in the future when a theortical project went into production. Does anyone know what I can do?
P.S. I've tried "RewriteBase /" in my .htaccess file to no avail.