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Creating a WordPress site locally with xtampp Would you like to build a WordPress page on your computer with your computer using XML? The installation of WordPress on your computer will help you to try WordPress, test themes/plugins and get to know the WordPress process. We will show you in this paper how to build a WordPress page locally with your computer using your own software program named EXAMPP. So why build a WordPress site locally?

The creation of WordPress pages is a popular way of working among web site publishers and webmasters. Allows you to test WordPress without having to create an offline website. Only you can see your own website on your computer. They can try different WordPress themes and plug-ins, test their functionality and get to know the fundamentals of WordPress.

And if you already have a WordPress Web site, you can make a copy of your Web site locally on your computer to try new plug-in upgrades before you implement them on your WordPress Web site. Your computer can only see the website for you. When you want to set up a WordPress site, you need a domainname and WordPress webhosting.

When you' re done creating a Web site, please see the step-by-step tutorial in our tutorial on how to launch a WordPress Web Guides page. However, let's find out how to have WordPress installed on Windows, Mac or Linux with XAMPP only. XAMPP - what is it? To build a WordPress site on your computer, you need to setup web servers (Apache), PHP and MySQL on your computer.

It is a PHP and MySQL program and MySQL data base administration program. They are both necessary for running WordPress. XAMPP starts here. With XAMPP you can easily create WordPress web pages on your local computer. First of all, you must go to the XAMPP website and click on the XAMPP OS downlink.

Once you have downloaded your copy of XP, click and run the installation program. You will be asked by your system where you want to installed your program and which package you want to use. Once you have finished the assistant, activate the "Start the operation field now" and then click on the "Exit" pushbutton. As a result, the user starts the operation terminal XP.

Click the Launch icon next to Apache and MySQL. XPAMPP now starts Apache and MySQL. A Windows Firewall alert may be displayed. It is important that you click the "Allow access" icon so that both programs can run on your computer. Your computer has successfully loaded your copy of SAMPP.

You are now set to build a custom website and start installing WordPress with WordPress using your own software package named XP. First of all you have to use WordPress. Go to the website and click on the "Download WordPress" link. Once you have downloaded WordPress, you will need to unzip the WordPress archive and you will see a WordPress directory.

Copy this directory. Next, go to your copy of the file you want to install into. Under Windows it would be the C: /Program Files/XAMPP/htdocs or C: \Xampp\htdocs directory. For Mac it is the directory /Applications/XAMPP/htdocs. Insert the Wordpress file that you previously copy into a htdoc. It is recommended to rename the Wordpress directory to website1. It will help you to quickly locate your website.

Next, you need to open your preferred web browsers and go to localhost/website1. On this page, you will learn that WordPress requires a common name, user name, passwords, and hosting information. Let us build a data base for your WordPress page. You need to open a new browsers tabs and go to localhost/phpmyadmin/. Thereby the phoneMyAdmin application is started, which is pre-installed with XAMPP.

You' ll need to click Dates, specify a name for your new DBA, and then click the Build pushbutton to proceed. After you have set up a data base, you can use it for your WordPress page. Go back to /localhost/website1/browse tab and click the'Let's Go' icon.

The next screen prompts you to specify your WordPress information. Specify the previously generated name. You must use localhost for the Database/Host area. When you are finished, click the "Send" icon to proceed. WordPress now saves these preferences in your WordPress conference filename named wp-config. php file if you are running Windows or Linux.

But if you're on a Mac, you'll see the content of the files and be prompted to do so. It is necessary to place this in your website home directory. Next, you must store the document and go back to the WordPress installation program to proceed.

The next stage is for WordPress to ask you for information about your Web site. After you have completed all the details, click on the'Install WordPress' link to proceed. Now WordPress performs the install and prompts you to log in after the install is complete. To log in to your website, go to the /localhost/website1/wp-admin page and use the username/password that you typed during setup to log in.

Well, now that you've built your WordPress site locally with XAMPP, you can work on it like you would on a WordPress site. Go to the Appearance section to change the look of your website or add a new design. Below are some great free themes that you can try out. Next thing you should try are WordPress plug-ins.

Plugs are like applications for your WordPress page and allow you to create your own WordPress page with great functions like contacts, photos, eCommerce shop, etc. In our step-by-step instructions you will learn how to download and use a WordPress plug-in. Once you've worked on your WordPress page, you may want to move it to a webpage.

Check out our step-by-step instructions on how to transfer WordPress from your home page to your web site. Hopefully this tutorial has help you in learning how to build a WordPress page locally with XAMPP. It is also possible to explore alternative ways to build WordPress pages locally on Windows with Wampserver and on Mac with MAMP.

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