How to Install Wordpress LocalhostInstalling Wordpress Localhost
This is hardly possible without the installation of WordPress on your computer.
In this sense we will explain in this chapter how you can install WordPress on localhost. The installation of WordPress on localhost is quite simple. WordPress cannot be installed directly on your computer. It is necessary to build an enviroment and install WordPress on it. To successfully install WordPress on your local computer, please complete the following instructions without omitting any of them.
In order to build a localhost infrastructure, we need locally installed client application. We will use for this purpose much better usability of our product here: mmp. It is a cross-platform web hosting solutions suite. Because WordPress is in PHP, it needs a plattform to run. The way to do this is mmp.
Choose a developing tool of your own choosing for your system (Windows, MacOS or Linux). You can download MAMP from the website. MAMP is recommended because it works on both Mac and Windows platforms. MAMP was much more user-friendly than any other locally based system.
Read this Frequently Asked Questions to get and use it. To run the installation program, click the downloadable MAMP and MAMP Pro packages to run the installation program (both are included in a separate installation program by default). In some of the following pop-ups, click "Continue" until the "Install" button appears. If you agree with the conditions of the product licence, click "Install".
After you have successfully completed the installation of your copy of Master, run Master on your computer and click "Start Server". Your mampt is now operational. The WordPress page requires a databank to store your information. In your web browsers go to localhost/phpmyadmin. Remember the name of the base, because you will have to use it in the near term.
Upload WordPress from the WordPress website. Extract the unzipped archive. Go to the MAMP subdirectory on the system disk of your computer. In the MAMP section open the subfolder "htdocs" and insert the unzipped WordPress subfolder. Please insert localhost/wordpress (name of your WordPress files in the htdocs) into the addressbar of your web browsers and press it.
Carry out a few more operations to finish the install. On the following page, click on the "Let's go" icon. The page needs the name of the data base (the data base you previously create in 3). User name and password are both "root", as stated on the successful page of the MAMP install. Click the "Send" icon at the bottom and click "Install" on the next page.
Click on the "Install WordPress" icon below. WordPress has been successfully placed on your computer. Once you have completed all the above mentioned procedures, you have no hope of encountering an issue on the way to installing WordPress. Do what you want with your WordPress page on your computer now.