I’m currently trying to configure a localhost with the atom-live-server package, in the atom text editor. My localhost is configured to listen at port 80, and I can’t change that. When running the atom-live-server, I get a page listing the root directory (/) with a list of its files inside, which is index.php, with the following content:
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title></title> </head> <body> hello there yo </body> </html>
The loaded page however has not that content, so it’s not the page being loaded by atom-live-server. When I check the URL atom-live-server openend when running, I get:
When I change that URL to:
My page gets displayed properly, so the problem seems to be the port. Anyway, 1) I can’t change the port of my localhost, 2) according to sources online, the atom-live-server package should still work with the 3000 port. What am I missing out?