web site by WordPress: getting started

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This is a tutorial about how upload (FTP) WordPress to create your own website. WordPress is a open source content management system (CMS) and popular blogging software. It typically requires Apache, MySQL, and PHP. I can run on other platforms as well such as IIS (Internet Information Services) and Microsoft SQL. It’s a great way to create a websites for people that don’t know how to create websites. Downloads available at www.wordpress.com http (file transfer protocol) Hosting and Name Registration www.namesecure.com www.hostgator.com www.register.com www.godaddy.com 1and1.com Providing training Videos since last Tuesday http Thanks for Watching!
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4 Responses to “web site by WordPress: getting started”

  1. shadough4747 Says:

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  2. technoblogical Says:

    @BrianHayesClassical Yes, you are making sense. Most people have no idea where to begin with a website. So, it’s best to start at the very beginning. It’s nice to say that you want to work on your website before you release it to the world, but don’t wait so long that you never get around to doing it.

  3. BrianHayesClassical Says:

    Your tutorial is the best one I’ve seen on YouTube. I can’t figure out why it is, though, that all of the tutorials begin by talking about domain names and uploading to a server? I planned on spending quite a bit of time working on my site before finally putting it up on the web. I don’t know much. Am I making any sense?

  4. pinkpoppy31 Says:

    thanks for this…..very helpful!!!!!

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