Installing and Running WordPress: DesktopServer
Whether you are a beginner wanting to learn the ins and outs of WordPress, a budding designer or developer looking to tinker with themes and plugins, or an advanced developer building a production environment, installing and running WordPress on your own computer is a crucial first step. In this course Morten-Rand Hendriksen looks at how DesktopServer allows you to easily install and manage WordPress on both Mac and Windows computers.
- Installing DesktopServer
- Running DesktopServer as an administrator
- Accessing WordPress from your desktop
- Creating additional development sites
- Starting and stopping DesktopServer
- Creating and installing blueprints
(breezy instrumental music) - [Voiceover] Hi, I'm Morten Rand-Hendriksen, staff author at Lynda.com, and I'm excited to welcome you to Installing and Running WordPress: DesktopServer. This course will give you the tools and knowledge you need to set up and configure your own custom WordPress development environment on a Windows computer or a Mac using DesktopServer. First, I'll explain what DesktopServer is and how it works.
Then, I'll show you how to set up several development sites on your computer so you can work on multiple projects at the same time. And finally, I'll demonstrate how you can create your own custom installs, also known as blueprints. Whether you're looking to learn how to use WordPress, want to become a WordPress developer, or just want to add a new tool to your WordPress development tool vault, DesktopServer is a tool you'll want to check out. And it all starts with Installing and Running WordPress: DesktopServer.
WordPress Plugins: Backing Up Your Site88,009 Views
WordPress Plugins: Contact Forms94,284 Views
WordPress Plugins: Social Media Buttons34,360 Views
Customizing WordPress Themes: Simone56,565 Views
Start With a Theme: Twenty Fifteen37,422 Views
PHP with MySQL Essential Training4,271,059 Views
HTML Essential Training3,810,033 Views