How to Install XAMPP and WordPress In PC
These steps will let you know how to install WordPress in local host XAMPP
Step 1: Download and install XAMPP on your computerThe first step on your way to install WordPress locally is to download and install the XAMPP software. You can download the Windows installer file from Apache Friends. It’s a big file, about 110 MB, so it might take a minute or so depending on your connection: Once the download finishes, run the file you downloaded to launch the XAMPP installer. If you’re running antivirus software, you might get a warning like this: Just click Yes to continue. Depending on your Windows configuration, you might also get a prompt about User Account Control (UAC). Just continue through that prompt as well. Once you get through all of the prompts, you should see the standard installer screen: Just click Next to continue. On the next screen, you can choose which components to install. To install XAMPP and WordPress, you do not need all of the components. In addition to the required components, all you need are:
Step 2: Start the modules and test your serverTo install XAMPP and WordPress properly, you’ll need to run two modules:
http://localhost/in your web browser of choice: If all went well, you now have a functioning XAMPP server on your Windows PC! But now it’s time to install XAMPP and WordPress. So here’s how to get a WordPress site up and running on XAMPP.
Step 3: Add the WordPress filesIf you’ve ever manually installed WordPress, the rest of the process should feel pretty familiar. First, you need to go to wordpress.org and download the latest version of WordPress. Then, in Windows, navigate to the folder where you installed XAMPP. For me, that’s
C://xampp. It should be something similar for you. Then, in that folder, find the htdocs subfolder: In htdocs, create a new folder for your test site. This folder name will become the sub-name used to access your site. For example, if you make the folder
testsite, you’ll access your site by going to
http://localhost/testsite. Once you create the folder, extract the WordPress .zip file you downloaded from wordpress.org into it:
Step 4: Create a database for WordPressNext, you need to create a MySQL database for your WordPress install. To do that, launch PHPMyAdmin from your XAMPP control panel: Then click on Databases at the top: And enter a name for your database and click Create. Your name can be anything – just remember it because you’ll need it for the next step: Unlike installing WordPress on a live web server, when you install XAMPP and WordPress, you don’t need to worry about creating a database user.
Step 5: Install WordPress locally via the on-screen installerWhen you visit your test site, you should see the normal WordPress installer. Remember, your test site is just
http://localhost/FOLDERNAME: The only step where this process will differ from a normal install is the database details. When you get to the database details, enter them like this:
- Database Name = Name of the database you created in PHPMyAdmin
- Username = “root”
- Password = leave blank
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