Join Morten Rand-Hendriksen for an in-depth discussion in this video Configuring WordPress, part of Installing and Running WordPress: WebMatrix.
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Now that we have WebMatrix installed and WordPress is up and running properly, all that's left…to do is configure WordPress itself so that we can start working with the application.…If you're familiar with WordPress, you will recognize this, this is the standard 5-minute…install or rather is the end of the 5-minute install where we configure WordPress.…If you haven't seen it before I'll show you what it is.…You simply insert the Site Title. You can change this all later if you want to.…So this will be the title of your site. I will call it WebMatrix WordPress Site.…
You should probably call it something else. You have to set a Username.…By default, it's set to admin.…But it's a good habit to just always change the username immediately, so I will change it to my own name.…You set a Password, this is the password you use to access WordPress.…And at the bottom, you have set up an Email address so that WordPress can email you your…own password when you forget it. So I will set up my email address.…And then on the bottom here, you have the Privacy option.…
- What is WebMatrix?
- Downloading WebMatrix
- Installing WordPress with the Web Platform Installer
- Running WordPress under WebMatrix
- Publishing WordPress from WebMatrix
- Uninstalling WebMatrix