Hosting server or Personal server: WordPress is an installable blog, unlike T-Story, igloos, and portal blogs. Therefore, to use WordPress Blog, you need a separate place to install WordPress.
2. Web server
Any web server that supports Apache or EngineX, or PHP and MySQL
3. PHP & MySQL
Wordpress version 3.1 or less requires PHP 4.1 or higher and MySQL 4.1 or higher.
Wordpress 3.2 and later require PHP 5.2.4 or higher and MySQL 5.0 or higher.
However, PHP 7.0 or higher, MySQL 5.6 or MariaDB 10.0 or higher is recommended for smooth operation in the best environments. Security issues may occur under this version.
You need a domain address that can be accessed by a web server. If you want to experiment with my computer, you can create and work with a web server environment and see the links below.
- Check the DB name, DB user, and DB password of the MYSQL you host.
- Download WordPress.
- Extract the wordpress (WordPress) you downloaded.
- Open the wp-config-samples.php file and change it to suit your environment.
(Requires the DB name, the DB user and the DB password for MSSQL.)
- Save the wp-config-sample.php file as wp-config.php.
- Upload all files to the server hosting them.
- on the web browser http://domain/Wordpress folder/wp-admin/install.php I’m entering.
- Follow the instructions that appear in the web browser.
- When the login screen appears, enter the administrator user name and password.
- Simply enter the admin screen and enter the content to start creating your blog.
- Here’s how to install it:
I will prepare how to install AWS lightsail.