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You need to point your web server to the right folder. It needs to serve from the public folder instead of root.


If you aren't able to change the document root on your web server you need to put the files from the public directory inside the webroot and the rest one directory above that.

If the webroot is not named "public" you need to edit bootstrap/paths.php and change the public path to whatever the webroot directory is named (generally something like public_html, or htdocs).


Is it possible to change the public folder directory in laravel 5? I no longer see paths.php.


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