WordPress Tutorials: How to properly configure MAMP


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Configuring MAMP

Configuring MAMP to allow WordPress to run on your computer requires several steps. The first step is to ensure MAMP and the MAMP server itself works properly and that it knows where WordPress lives. The first step of course is to start MAMP. So I'll go to my Applications, type in MAMP, find MAMP and start it, and from here I'm going to go to Preferences. In the Preferences window I can change how MAMP works and behaves.

I can change to PHP version here if I wanted to. I'm just going to leave it at the most recent version. I can also change the ports. Now unless you know what you're doing you should really leave these alone. You should leave the Apache Port at 8888 and the MySQL Port at 8889, but if you know what you're doing, you can change these if you wanted to. You can also change what happens when you start and stop MAMP, and the servers, as you can see, you can automatically start the servers when starting MAMP.

You can stop the servers when quitting MAMP. And you can also ...

Configuring MAMP
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Configuring MAMP provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Morten Rand-Hendriksen as part of the Installing and Running WordPress: MAMP (2013)

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