WordPress is an open-source application that is very popularly used as a CMS (Content Management System). This is because WordPress is very easy to learn and use, and has many features that can help you manage your website or blog. WordPress can also be installed on various operating systems, including Linux. In this article, we will show you how to install WordPress on Linux.
Install WordPress on Linux
To install WordPress on Linux, first, you need to download it from the official website wordpress.org. After that, use the wget command to download the WordPress zip file:
Now unzip the downloaded file:
After that, a new folder named “WordPress” will appear. Go into that folder and move all files to the document root of your web server. If using Apache, the document root is the /var/www/html/ folder. So you need to run the following command to move the WordPress files:
sudo mv wordpress/* /var/www/html/
After that, create a database for wordpress. You can use tools
How to Install WordPress Plugins
Before installing WordPress, there are a few things you need to know. First, make sure your domain is active and you have access to the server. Second, set up a database for WordPress. Third, download the WordPress installation file.
After downloading the WordPress installation file, unzip the file. Then, rename the unzipped folder to your domain name. Next, open the folder and copy all the files into the public_html folder.
Then, open a browser and go to the address http://www.example.com/wp-admin/install.php. On this page, you will be asked to fill in some data such as full name, username, password, and email. Fill in the data correctly and click the Install WordPress button.
How to Install a WordPress Theme
In this article, we will show you how to install WordPress on a Linux server. Before proceeding, make sure your server has a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) or LEMP (Linux, Nginx, MySQL, PHP) stack installed. If not, please follow this guide to install it.
1) Download WordPress
Go to the official WordPress website and download the latest WordPress installation files. Next, extract the downloaded file to the /var/www/html/ directory.
2) Create MySQL Database
Before installing WordPress, we need to create a new MySQL database. To do this easily, you can use the phpMyAdmin tool which is usually available on Linux servers. Open phpMyAdmin and create it
How to Add WordPress Tags
Before installing WordPress, you must first create a new database. If you don’t have a database yet, please create one in CPanel. After that, download the latest WordPress installation file from the official wordpress.org site. Then extract the downloaded zip file and upload it to the hosting via FTP.
If you have finished uploading, open the WordPress URL address that you installed earlier. A WordPress installation form will appear as shown below. Fill in the data as needed and don’t forget to fill in the database data that you created earlier.
How to Add WordPress Categories
Before adding a category, we first need to log in to the WordPress dashboard. When you have, go to the Posts -> Categories menu. There you will see a form containing the field name and slug. The name field contains the name of the category to be added, while the slug is the permalink of that category. You can change it as you wish. Finally, press the Add New Category button.