Local computer setup in WordPress!

wordpress tutorialWordPress’s popularity as a blogging CMS does not seem to falter. If you want, you can learn HTML, CSS and work in WordPress. However, if you do well, you must also know PHP and MySQL. Now it is said that you can work in WordPress in two ways. 1. On a local computer, that means using your PC as a web server, and 2. On the remote / web server, that means using the internet line. Remotely server can be set up in two ways, a) directly from the automatic CMS software package, b) manually build a database.

 

So, today’s version of WordPress will show you how to setup a local computer to be a local web server and setup a WordPress …

1 First install WAMP or XAMP to make your computer a local web server. If you do not have software, you can download it here and here.

Like other software, its installation method has not been written about it again. (Note: I am creating a tutorial using Windows XP and WAMP servers (let me know if you have any problems understanding it).

  1. After installing WAMP, you will have a folder called wamp on your hard drive C: Drive. And within that folder named www – you will have to install WordPress or other CMS inside it. As we work with WordPress, we will unzip the WordPress CMS software directly inside a new folder. To install WordPress I made a folder called www trail blog inside www folder and unzipped WordPress inside it. Download WordPress software from here.
  2. Now let’s unzip the WordPress software into the Trail Blog folder. Go to your hard disk where the WordPress software is zipped …
  3. Just click on the Extract Files … button on the zip file. Now select the screen below: My Computer> C: Drive> wamp> www> Trail Blog (Select the folder name you want.) Please select. As follows …

  1. Unzip will begin with OK clicking. As follows …

  1. Browse your installation folder when unzip. If you install correctly, you can find the following file + folders …
  2. Now browse to http: // localhost in web browser. I’m using the old version of Wamp, so you have some discrepancy with my screen. Otherwise the window will appear as below …
  3. Click on the Trail Blog or your folder named below. The following pages will be found in the browser … Click on Create a Configuration File button from there …

  1. You will again find the following pages. Let’s go! Click on …

  1. Now get the following image …

  1. Again http: // localhost / phpmyadmin / browse your browser. If you find a screen like this, at the Create a Database, click on the Create button in your database name.

  1. If everything is okay, then open the wp-config-sample.php file of your WordPress directory with Notepad or DreamWeaver. And save the file by simply using the database named below.

 

  1. Now give the database name, database host address, table prefix as the following. Yes and yes user name and password must be blank. Then click Submit.

  1. Click on the Run page below.

  1. In the following pages, please click the Install WordPress button at the end with your site title, visitor name, password, email address …

  1. WordPress will be installed in a few seconds and pages with updates that have been installed in front of you will appear like the following …

  1. Click on the Log In button above, get the login page as below …! Click the login button with the user name and password.

  1. Get the latest Dashboard of your WordPress as below. : D

Local installation of the WordPress installation process here! Do not forget to comment if there is any problem!

Stay hale and hearty everyone.