WordPress is the most popular CMS script on the Web. It allows you to have a turnkey site and thus to manage all the features of a blog, while being new in PHP, CSS, HTML and SQL. You must first have access to web hosting.
Then you have to connect to the server via FTP. The best is to use the FileZilla software.
Copy Paste WordPress files and folders into your FTP access to the root of the website. Normally the target folder is named, www / public_html /.
Enter the URL of your website in the search bar of the browser, with the installation page:
You can also include the name of the CMS in the url of the blog, namely WordPress by sending the files in a folder called by the same name:
If you have set up a subdomain, then the following address will be:
Then go to the URL of the phpMyAdmin interface: www.yoursite.com/phpmyadmin/ or yourserverip / phpmyadmin /
Enter the access information, create a database for your website, with the utf8_unicode_ci format.
Finally, enter this information during installation:
- the location of the SQL server (localhost),
- the name of the database,
- the name of the user of the database,
- the password of this user,
- the admin user name of the WordPress blog,
- the password.
You finally have access to the administration interface of your WordPress CMS. You can start configuring this one.
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