Install WordPress locally using MAMP



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MAMP (Stands for Mac Apache MySQL PHP) http://www.mamp.info/

Uploading a local version of WordPress to a remote server : http://youtu.be/lUu1Q-J0kT8

This video shows you how to install WordPress locally on your own computer at home. This is used primarily for testing sites and creating themes. It’s so useful for amending CSS in themes because the changes are instantaneous and you don’t have to wait for the server to update, or even to flush cache which can be a pain in the bum.

So, download MAMP, install, start, create a new database on PHPMyAdmin, download WordPress, put the folder in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/ find the WordPress folder with your browser by typing “localhost:8888/wordpress” run through the configuration process.

Database name: “wordpress” in the example of the above video but it can be called anything
Username: root (MAMP default)
Password: root (MAMP default)

Leave all the rest.

That’s it. You’re done!

To install multiple local versions of WordPress you can repeat the same process again and again. See how here: http://youtu.be/25ole-BzQcA

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