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In HTDOCS folder, when I created a folder using php script, folder has creating successfully but it's doesn't appear, the folder is exist but it's just not showing, i know it because if i used spotlight search, it's appear and i can open it in different finder window based on click on spotlight search result. It's also happen when i copy some file, i know it because if I double paste those file, window confirmation ask me to replace or keep the file both. And this happen only in HTDOCS folder.

what is going here, i tried to show all hidden file but doesn't work. Can anybody help me on this?

So sorry im not native english speaker. I used OSX El capitan.

  • Is there a tutorial you are following or a set of instructions somewhere? I don't think El Capitan has an htdocs folder by default. Is the folder you are looking for actually called htdocs or is called something else? – Alistair McMillan Dec 31 '17 at 1:02
  • It's actually htdocs. So, when we install xampp webserver, htdocs folder is document root for our web application and yes those folder isn't by default. – BGKND Dec 31 '17 at 1:11
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Try going into the Terminal and using the following command to unhide the folder:

chflags nohidden PATH_TO_FOLDERNAME

For example:

chflags nohidden /Applications/XAMPP/xamppfiles/htdocs/testfolder

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