Hi @cristofayre, "D:/home/public_html/(site_name)" is not a path used by Bitnami applications, we recommend you to use the default "C:/xammp/apps/wordpress/htdocs".
Alternatively, you could move the contents to "D:/home/public_html/(site_name)" (the "/blog" directory is not needed), and replace the following lines in "C:/xammp/apps/wordpress/conf/httpd-prefix.conf":
Alias /drupal/ "/opt/lampp/apps/drupal/htdocs/"
Alias /drupal "/opt/lampp/apps/drupal/htdocs"
Alias /blog/ "D:/home/public_html/(site_name)/"
Alias /blog "D:/home/public_html/(site_name)"
Also, you may need to change the URL to your WordPress site following this guide: https://docs.bitnami.com/installer/apps/wordpress/administration/configure-domain/
Also, if you want to be able to access your computer remotely, via the domain domain-name.com, you will need to configure your DNS entry for the domain (domain-name.com) to point at your local computer. This may require you to do some extra work:
- Get a static IP for your network (or computer), so it doesn't change. You could alternatively use a service like noip.com if you are forced to use a dynamic IP.
- Open ports 80 and 443 in your router, and point them to the computer in your local network. If you have a static IP, you can skip this.
- Ensure you don't have any firewall blocking external access to your programs (for Apache to ports 80 and 443).
I hope it helps! If you find any problem, please let us know where you got stuck.