How to Install WordPress on WAMP Server

WordPress allows their users to take full benefit of it that’s why they allow their users to run WordPress on localhost to get optimum use of it and to better understand wordpress in a fast way.

this post is complete guide to install wordpress on your computer. in this tutorial i am using WAMP server.if you don’t know what is WAMP then you can jump to this post

usually every blogger starts blogging from blogspot platform. some blogspot users thinks that wordpress is critical thing. running wordpress on localhost is a good platform to understand WordPress.

video made it easy

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYj1Zks2tKU

Step 1: download and install WAMP

  • download WAMP Server and install it in your pc

choose 32bit or 64 bit according to you. file is about 41 MB and XAMPP is about of 125 MB.

Step 2: download wordpress

  • download latest version of wordpress from here
  • and unzip file

Step 3: edit /www directory

  • go to installation path/wamp/www
  • delete all other files and folders
  • move unzipped wordpress folder in directory -wamp/www

Step 4: Creating Database

database new

  • type database name as wordpress and click on create

database create

Step 5: Initial WordPress Setup

wordpress start

  • fill database details

wordpress configure

Step 6: Configure WordPress Settings

  • enter your site details
  • choose username and passwords

finally wordpress in installed on your pc. now login to your Dashboard and start developing your website.

mention your errors in comments so i can resolve them .

 

Rajendra Choudhary

Rajendra Choudhary is a engineering student and a professional blogger. His free time is spent on blogging, wordpress, creating videos for youtube channel to share his knowledge with rest of us

  • janie

    nice post. it worked for me. keep it on

  • anton

    this is better then phishing. thanks for sharing this type of trick

  • lamard

    Excellent blog! Do you have any tips and hints for
    aspiring writers? I’m planning to start my own blog soon but
    I’m a little lost on everything. Would you suggest starting with a free platform like WordPress or go for
    a paid option? There are so many choices out there that I’m
    completely overwhelmed .. Any suggestions? Thanks!

  • rehaan

    nice thing to test my website on our own server