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    How To Install WordPress Locally Using WAMP

    February 4, 2013

    WordPress is a fun blogging software, and if you are one of those who like to try new things on your WordPress blog, it’s always a good idea to get a local installation of WordPress on your system. You can use it to try new WordPress plugin, making changes in your theme and many more task. Infact, if you have seen WordPress videos on my Youtube channel, you would notice all the videos are created ...

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    Learn How To Make A Website Step By Step

    September 14, 2012
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    This is my first post on ShoutMeLoud that will teach the beginners or dummies that how to create their own website step by step. About 4 year ago I had zero knowledge about website designing and developing but I wanted to do it. I searched a lot on the internet about How to make a website but I never found any solid article that could tell me the proper steps of creating a website. Very hardly I ...

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    Instant WordPress : Install WordPress on your Desktop Quickly

    September 28, 2011

    As a WordPress user, having WordPress installed locally is always a big advantage when it comes to testing anything. I have been using Wamp to install WordPress locally. But after every OS install, it become a tedious job to install Wamp and configure it every time. Though if you are Geeky type, you can refer to our previous tutorial on installing WordPress on your desktop: How to install WordPress using WAMP How to install WordPress ...

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    Wamp Not Starting in Windows Problem

    October 20, 2009

    Last time when I wrote about How to Install wordpress locally many people reported that they have done every thing right, but after that I started getting Wamp Not Starting error. When they click on Start all service under Wamp, nothing happens. Even I faced the same issue initially and I reinstalled wamp , thinking I might messed up with something. Though the problem was not with Wamp, but with other other application which is ...

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