In today’s world, most of the websites are built on WordPress. As per W3Techs, WordPress is used by 61.2% of all the websites whose content management system is known.
Here you can see the marketshare (As of September 2019) of WordPress compared to other CMS:
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The WordPress installation process completely depends on where you are going to install it. In this article, we will see how we can install WordPress on our local machine.
First of all, you must have a local server in your machine.
Based on your operating system, there are different methods to install the
local server. Usually users prefer to install the pre-build package and some
users may configure the local server from the scratch.
If you are using the Mac machine, you can install MAMP,
AMPPS, or XAMPP while if you are the Windows user, you can use WAMP, AMPPS or
XAMPP. If you are a Linux user, than I would suggest you to configure the
Apache, MySQL/MariaDB directly via custom configuration. After installing the
local server, you will get a dedicated folder where you can store your website
files, such as in xampp that folder is htdocs
while on WAMP and AMPPS that folder is www.
Now just remember that whenever I use the word “localhost root” as file storage,
I refer to that particular folder. In this article, I am using xampp
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