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  • Beth November 16, 2017
    wamp server

    This article helps you to understand how to use WordPress in wamp server?

    Why I need so?

    Having WordPress set up as a localhost on my computer has become invaluable to my workflow, particularly as I regularly test themes and plugins.

    How can do it myself without impacting websites?

    As show step by step follows:
    Now open new window and search google : wamp server download
    google searchThen show this picturewampserverNow scroll down then show this picture
    Now click to any download…………………………………..
    1. First download to only window 64 bit system
    2. Second download to only window 32 bit system
    downloadwampClick to next button
    setupwampSelect to radio button to I accept the agreement and click to next button.
    accept aggrementAfter then save to c folder and click to next buttonwamp serverClick to next buttonadditional task

    Show the install wamp serverinstalling

    Then show this pictureyou can add SMTP and Email and click to Next button
    phpmail

    Then select radio button click and click to finish button
    finished
    To test it, go to “localhost” in your browser.

    wampserverready

    Setting Up Your MySQL DatabaseBefore we install WordPress, we need a database.
    Click on the WampServer icon in your system tray and then click on phpMyAdmin.
    phpmyadmin

    A new browser window will automatically open with the phpMyAdmin interface.

    DBdash

    Click on Databases near the top-left and you’ll be prompted to create a new database. I’ve called mine WP.
    When you’ve entered a name, click “Create” and close the window.

    database creation

    Doiwnload the latest version of WordPress.
    In order to get WordPress working with Wamp Server you need to unzip WordPress to the right folder. Extract WordPress to the C:/wamp/www/ folder.
    You can rename the WordPress folder whatever you like. I’m going to keep it as wordpress.

    wwwtestmysql

    These lines of code define the login details for your database. Replacedatabase_name_here with the name of your database, which in my case is WP.
    Replaceusername_here withrootand leavepassword_here blank.
    Save the file and close it.
    Now we can get on with installing WordPress.
    Open your browser and go to http://localhost/wordpress/

    welcome

    First login wordpress
    User name or email……………..
    Password…………………………….

    logged in

    After then Open the dashboard

    dashboard

    test site

     

    Difficulty level [Easy, Medium, Hard].

    Medium

    Total time Consumed.

    30 mint.

     

    Total time Consumed.

    No
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    How to use WordPress in wamp server?
    Article Name
    How to use WordPress in wamp server?
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    Having WordPress set up as a localhost on my computer has become invaluable to my workflow, particularly as I regularly test themes and plugins.
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    WordPress Support LLC
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