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Steps to install WordPress on Wamp web server:
1. Assign a Static Local IP Address for your Server
2. Wamp Installation
3. Test Wamp Server with Your First PHP Script
4. Secure Wamp Server (Set MySQL Root Password)
5. WordPress Installation
1. Step First, Assign a Static Local IP Address for your Server
Open CMD (command prompt) and type ipconfig /all
The windows command is used for displaying all current network configuration information
This is all info what you need IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway and DNS server
OK, let’s Assign a Static IP Address
Right click on computer icon and open network and sharing center
Click on Change adapter settings
Right click on your local adapter, and click properties
Find and open Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
Select Use the following IP address, and enter your new IP address, Subnet mask, Default gateway, and DNS server, that corresponds with your network setup
2. Second step, Wamp Installation
Before the Wamp installation, install notepad ++
You can choose another web browser and editor for Wamp server
3.Third step, Test Wamp Server with Your First PHP Script
Start Wamp server and go to localhost
Go to Wamp, www, it is a root directory folder
Create or edit a file named index.php (Recommendation: use notepad ++) and put it in your web server’s root directory with the following script
Download PHP script:
Save file, and refresh the page.
4. Fourth step, Secure Wamp Server, (Set MySQL Root Password)
Open your web browser and type localhost/phpmyadmin
Type root in Username box and hit enter
Click on “User accounts”
Find account with user name “root” and host name “localhost”
Click “Edit privileges”
Then “Change password”
Type your password twice and hit “Go”
Make sure, that your password is strong, includes symbols, numbers, uppercase and lowercase characters
Restart server and login with your new password
Go to root directory folder, and create a new folder for your local website
Move all WordPress files in your website folder
Go to localhost/phpmyadmin and Create MySQL Database for your WordPress website
Open the wp-config-sample.php file with notepad
Type your MySQL database name, user and password
Save file as wp-config.php
Open your web browser, and go to your website: localhost/YourWebsite.com
Enter your details and click “Install WordPress.”
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26 Replies to “How to Install WordPress on Localhost Wamp Server”
This Video is Very helpful for me!!
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Thanks for this step-by-step tips! Saved me a lot of time. Kudos
is it necessary to change the ip adress ? i need an answer plzz
thanks for making this video..i was stucking on myphpadmin step for username or pwd…but after watching your video I completed my WordPress installation…
Great Video.. It helps me a lot.. Thanks
i am having a problem in the end , it shows up Error establishing a database connection
The best tutorial I've seen on WAMP so far, but Mine keeps telling me "The requested URL/wordpress was not found on this server. Please how can I make mine work. I'm so frustrated!!! Please MMK help me!
when i type localhost/ (name of my website) so it give this "Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is required by WordPress." please help me
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thank u 🙂 i have a question please is this hosting my website online ? i mean can i access the website outside the lan ? or this is just for offline testing ?
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I am facing problem in installing wamp server.my wamp server after installation turns yellow not green and showing error.(2 of 3 services running) message is showing.
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why do you delete all in index file.??? 8 mins why is it in there in first place?
I did everything exactly as described and when I get to 14:30 after making the wp-config.php file, I open my browser and type in localhost/'mywebsitename.com' using my correct name and I get the Apache error 404, website not found. How does wamps know that this website files are in that folder under the the root path of the C:drive? I even used wamps to create a virtual host in Apache and pointed it to that folder. I checked my hosts file and there is only one entry for my website there. Any ideas?