Join Morten Rand-Hendriksen for an in-depth discussion in this video Overview of course alternatives, part of Installing and Running WordPress: Shared Hosting.
This course is part of a series of courses that look at how to install and run WordPress as a self hosted application in different types of environments. In this course we'll look at how to install WordPress on a standard shared host. This is the most common way of installing WordPress, and the easiest way to get a WordPress site up and running and live to the world. But this not the only way to install and run WordPress. If you're looking to install and run WordPress on your local computer or on a local server, for development or training purposes, we have a list of other courses for you in this same series.
You can install WordPress on you Mac or under Windows using BitNami. You can install it on your Mac using MAMP. And on windows you can use either WAMP, or by matrix. All of these methods are covered in the respective installing and running WordPress courses right here in the lynda.com library. Which course is right for you depends on how you intend to use WordPress and what type of system you're on. If you are looking to install and run wordpress on a web server to publish a website to the world.
Continue watching this course. If you are looking to install and run wordpress in a local environment for development and training purposes. Check out one of the other courses.
Need to run WordPress locally on your system for development or testing purposes? Check out the other courses in this series:
- Installing and Running WordPress: MAMP
- Installing and Running WordPress: WAMP
- Installing and Running WordPress: BitNami
- Installing and Running WordPress: WebMatrix