Tips On Creating A Professional Website Using Wordpress CMS

          Building a professional website can use CMS or Wordpress Content Management System. The first step you have to download the WordPress directory. You can visit the official website from WordPress files will be downloaded in the form of .zip. the next step is to extract the Wordpress file. You right-click and select the extract menu to get Wordpress files. Enter the path C: / xamp / htdocs and put the WordPress file that was successfully extracted earlier. Change the name of the WordPress folder using the website name you want. For example, the Wordpress folder is changed to the name 'my site'. Offline, this folder name acts as your website's name.

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Creating A Website Database

          Building a website and activating Wordpress CMS requires a database to store all data. This database was created manually via PHPMyAdmin. Without a database name, you cannot install WordPress offline. Access PHPMyAdmin through a browser page. Phpmyadmin is useful for managing databases that have already or will be created. The steps that must be taken are as follows:

  1. Access PHPMyAdmin on XAMPP by typing in the browser's address Http: // localhost / PHPMyAdmin;

  2. Select the Database menu and enter the desired database name, then click Create. Remember, the name of the database is because it will be used to store all the data on the Wordpress website and installation file. You can also write it in notepad to help your memory.

          You can choose to use a special username for your database or use a default username. You who choose to add a special username to the database have been made can be done in the Privileges menu by clicking Add user. You can use the user and password as you wish. But if you choose to use a username by default, XAMPP has a default user setting called "root" and no password.

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          A database that has been created will also be used to install Wordpress. The tab of this database will give the name of the database in the database creation box. The next step is to open the browser and type the localhost/mywebsite address for the WordPress installation. The first display is language selection. You must specify the language you will use in the WordPress dashboard. The next step is to click on the 'Let’s go!' Button, i.e. the button that appears at the very bottom. The next screen appears, which must be filled incorrectly. Enter the name "database" that was created at the beginning.

          Then in 'my name' in the username section fill in with "root" and leave the password field blank if you don't set a special username and fill in the username you chose if the initial stage chooses to create a special username. Enter the localhost section in the host database section. Then, 'run the install' and go to the next form that contains basic information from the website that you are going to create.

          Enter information on the website name, administrator username and password, e-mail address and other relevant information. The final step is to click on the 'Install WordPress' button. Wait until the installation process is complete. Then you can log in to enter your website administrator dashboard. Enter the administrator username and password that you chose earlier when providing website information during the installation process. WordPress is installed and the dashboard is ready to use. You must log out after finishing managing your website content. The logout button can be found in the upper right corner of the WordPress administrator dashboard display.

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