Once upon a time, I needed to use Laravel in a Windows machine that was running WAMP (http://www.wampserver.com/en). After figuring out how it is the structure of WAMP and where the configuration files are, I was able to run my Laravel project, in a subfolder.

The Apache of WAMP comes configured with the ‘Include “${INSTALL_DIR}/alias/*”‘ directive, and by that, it reads any .conf file inside ‘alias’ folder that’s on WAMP installation directory (C:\wamp\alias).

Create a file called laravel.conf inside the alias folder, with the following content:

Everything is ready! Restart Apache, and your Laravel will work on a subfolder of WAMP.

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