First of all, you have to create a database to install WordPress. To do that, get back to the XAMPP control panel. Click on the ‘Admin’ link in the MySQL section. This will take you to the phpMyAdmin page.
You can also get to this page by entering the following URL into your browser –http://localhost/phpmyadmin/
Right under the big ‘Databases’ title, you will find a section titled ‘Create database’. Provide the database name and click ‘Create’. This will create the database for you. Note down the database name, we will need it for installing WordPress.
Installing WordPress on XAMP
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Firstly, you should know that Discussion menu is related to the blog comments, so any settings on the discussion menu will impact on the comments
Here are step-by-step how to setting up discussion menu:Please, login to the admin area of your WordPress blog. Highlight the Settings menu on the left bottom, and then select Discussion.
3. Checklist the box if you want. Then click Save Changes.
Default article settings: Put a check or the uncheck, as you wish. Attempt to notify any blogs linked to from the article: notice if there is a blog that makes the link of the article. Allow link notifications from other blogs (pingbacks and trackbacks.): Allow [...]
Today I’m posting about WordPress, Every new WordPress user most of the time asked questions that how to remove the “Powered by WordPress” link. Of course, it’s a nice thing to do to leave it in there, but WordPress is licensed under the GPL, so there’s no need to worry if you want to remove it.
If you publish long posts on your website or blog, it can be tedious for your readers to scroll and scroll through heavy chunks of text. A very long post can take very long to load, slowing down your site. Also, many readers prefer to have logical breaks while reading. An easy way to break up your words is by splitting your posts into multiple pages.
In today’s Weekend WordPress Post, I’ll show you how to split your WordPress posts.
How to achieve this?
In the post editor, switch to “Text” mode rather than “Visual” mode and add the following tag wherever you want to split your post While editing your page/post through the WordPress editor, you need to [...]