WORDPRESS INTRODUCTION-WORDPRESS TUTORIAL BASIC

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WordPress is an open source Content Management System (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL, which allows the users to build dynamic websites and blog. WordPress is the most popular & easy to understand blogging system on the web and allows updating, customizing and managing the website. WordPress has many free themes and plugins to use for making a website.

WordPress tutorials step-by-step
step-1. For starting wordpress on local server you can use xampp or Wampp server.
step-2. Download latest wordpress here
step-3. When download done then extract it on xampp/htdocs folder.
step-4. Now run wordpress folder in browser. http://localhost/wordpress/
step-5. Now you can see this window screen.

wordpress-step-by-step

wordpress-step-by-step

step-6. Choose your language and click on continue button.
step-7. Now you can see this window screen.

wordpress-step-by-step

wordpress-step-by-step

step-8. Click on let’s go button. Now you can see this window screen.

wordpress-step-by-step

wordpress-step-by-step

step-9. Now before next step of wordpress submit button. Create database.
For creating database you can make database through your xampp or wampp server.
First open phpmyadmin. Put http://localhost/phpmyadmin in your browser.
Now you can see this window.

wordpress-step-by-step

wordpress-step-by-step

In above window click on database button then type your database name, and then click on create button.
Now go to previous wordpress window and type your database name on Database Name column, which you had created on phpmyadmin window.
Now type username root on Username column, because your wampp or xampp client server default username is root. if you are going with live server you can create your username on cpanel or any other server control panel.
Now type your password on Password column if your server database have a password, if not then leave blank, because your xampp or wampp server default password will be blank(null).
Now your database host name will be localhost on Database Host column.
Now your table prefix will be wp_ on Table Prefix column. you can change as you want, such as wp_asdf123x or ch_qwer123#. changing prefix is not important, by default it will be wp_ . but wordpress security reason, you should change that.
Now click on submit button, and you will see this window.

wordpress-step-by-step

wordpress-step-by-step

Step-10. Now click on Run the install button. and you will see this window.

wordpress-step-by-step

wordpress-step-by-step

Now in this above window you will see site title column. type your site title name. actually this window will show your website title name and admin login information.
Now type you username in Username column.
Now type your password in Password column. by default it will be hard to remember, so you should change your password. password will be hard but easy to understand, or you can take screenshot of this window and save it for future use, to remember password.
Now type your email in Email column. It is very useful to send a forgot password link on your email, is you will forget your password unfortunately.
Now in Search Engine Visibility column, check this checkbox. it is depending on your wish, if you want to allow or discourage search engine like google, yahoo, and many then check otherwise leave it blank.
Now click on Install WordPress button.

step-11. Now you will see your login screen. put your username on Username field and password on Password field which you entered in last window process.
and click on LogIn button.
now you will see your wordpress admin panel.
now go to new tab of your browser and type http://localhost/wordpress
and you will see your website fronted on wordpress default template means default theme.
congratulations you have created your first wordpress website.
Now you can change anything in your website through your wordpress admin.

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