Working with WordPress is a very enjoyable way to blog. Of course, you also need to know what to do when you install it. While it may seem a bit confusing at first, some good old and yet effective advice will definitely make it an easier time for you.
The first step, of course, is to download WordPress. You can get it from their website which is WordPress.org/download. You can then create a directory on your computer to store the files you will use for this software.
The next step is to unzip the WordPress file with a zip/unzip program. Since you will be modifying it later, you should extract the files from the root directory. However, if you want to install it for a live web site, you will need an FTP client to upload the .zip file on your hosting service. There are many free FTP clients you may use for it.
The third step is to create a database for WordPress. This will be where you store the site content and other things on your page. You may use programs such as MySQL as the primary database server for both the PC test bed and also the live site.
The database for this may be created using a simple program called phpMyAdmin where you enter the name of the database and press “Create”. The WordPress program will then create all the tables it will need for the entire database.
And lastly, you will need to make a wp-config.php access file for this. You can make this in order to add some more modifications to your database access that is based on the config file.