It's difficult to judge based on the content alone, but can you confirm that there are no errors in the Apache access log or error log?
Also, make sure Apache is started within EC2.
I think you can start it with the following command.
sudo systemctl start httpd
Also, is the IP address you are connecting to correct?
After you re-did the entire process, what is the error when u launch the apache test page? Hope you have confirmed that the apache server is running.
Did you start and stop the instance in between? If so refer changing the site URL.
Your WordPress database credentials are stored in the wp-config.php file. It is the WordPress configuration file that contains important WordPress settings including database information. You need to make sure that the information for the database name, username, password, and database host is correct as per the details retrieved in Module 3 of the tutorial you were following.
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