Tag: phpMyAdmin

How to Install WordPress on Windows with WAMP

Posted OnDec 2, 2013     CategoryInstalling WordPress     Comments No comment

In this tutorial we’ll be showing you how to install WordPress on Windows with WAMP. WAMP stands for Windows, Apache, MySQL, and PHP, with more specifically the AMP section being what we need to run WordPress. Step 1) Confirm you have the Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable package installed as without this WAMP will not […]

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How to Backup your WordPress Database Without phpMyAdmin

Posted OnNov 26, 2013     CategoryDevelopment     Comments No comment

In this article, we will show you how to backup your MySQL database without using phpMyAdmin. For this article, you will need the BackUpWordPress plugin installed and activated. 1) Login to the Dashboard 2) Click the Tools link from the left menu 3) Click the Backups link found in the left menu under Tools 4) Click the […]

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How to Install WordPress on a Mac with MAMP

Posted OnNov 21, 2013     CategoryInstalling WordPress     Comments No comment

This tutorial will cover the specifics of installing WordPress on a Mac with the MAMP Software. Step 1) Download and install MAMP, or MAMP Pro. Though the free version is generally fine for most people, if you need to run many local WordPress installations you may need to consider the paid version. Step 2) Open […]

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How to Restore Your WordPress Database

Posted OnOct 30, 2013     CategoryDevelopment     Comments No comment

In this tutorial we will walk you through the process of restoring a backup of your WordPress Database via phpMyAdmin, which is available on the majority of web hosts. This tutorial assumes you are running WordPress with a Web Host that uses CPanel, or something like it, to allow you certain administrations over your server. […]

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How to Backup your WordPress Database

Posted OnOct 30, 2013     CategoryDevelopment     Comments No comment

In this article we’re going to explain how you can backup your WordPress Database with the use of CPanel and phpMyAdmin. This tutorial assumes you are running WordPress with a Web Host that uses CPanel, or something like it, to allow you certain administration rights over your server. Therefore you will require: Access to your […]

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I forgot my WordPress Administrator Password, what can I do?

I forgot my Administrator Password, what can I do? If you have forgotten your WordPress Administrator account’s password, and are unable to reset it through the standard ‘forgotten password’ method, phpMyAdmin, MySQL, or FTP, you can use the Emergency Password Reset script. To complete this, you will need FTP access to your server, via a […]

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