Installation

Different procedures to install WordPress

Installing WordPress

Installing WordPress locally in your computer – Part 3

In this part we’ll download the WordPress files required to implement a local installation in our computer. Let’s go to https://wordpress.org/ and click on the Get WordPress button. In the following page click on the “Download WordPress 5.4” button. (5.4 was the current version at the moment the screenshot was taken) A confirmation message will …

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Creating a Database for WordPress

Installing WordPress locally in your computer – Part 2

In Part 2 of the WordPress local installation, I’ll show you how to create a database required by the WordPress installer. Go to http://localhost/dashboard/ in your computer. Select the phpMyAdmin option from the menu. phpMyAdmin is a tool that allows you to manage the databases in your XAMPP development platform. To create a new database …

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XAMPP website

Installing WordPress locally in your computer – Part 1

WordPress can be installed locally in our computer to test plugins or configurations before moving to a live or production server. ¿What is required? These are the elements that you will need to install locally. A PHP development plataform. This is a piece of software that will help you display your site in a browser. …

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Install WordPress with File Manager

Installing WordPress with the CPanel File Manager

In this article I’ll show you the steps to install WordPress by downloading the latest version and placing the files in your hosting server. Downloading the installation files WordPress provides a complete source and installer zip file from the site http://www.wordpress.org. Just click the “Download WordPress (current version)” button. The download will start and a …

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PHP Update required

WordPress has detected that your site is running on an insecure PHP version

If your site is currently configured to run on previous versions of PHP not supported anymore, you may get this warning on your WordPress dashboard. In this article I will show you how to fix this issue through the CPanel configuration on your hosting server. The warning section looks like the image below. Login to …

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