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I love WordPress, It is easy to use and gives me a lot of flexibility to play around codes. You know, All codes are opensource. So I can learn, make changes as I like. Even a newbie WordPress can be easy to use. If you keep using WordPress for a few days you will find that you are in love with WordPress as well! I personally follow following steps for ...


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If you are a beginner in WordPress, your best option would be to use a plugin like Duplicator. This allows you to move your entire site to the new location and change all URL's at once. Please avoid manually changing URL's in your database as that can be tricky, and it's easy to overlook some of them. Duplicator will take care of everything. Here's a good ...


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Assuming your domain is mydomain.org. Instead of installing WordPress under a different domain (wordpress.mydomain.org) you could install WordPress on your local machine (using XAMPP MAMP or a virtual box) and resolving the original domain to your local computer by editing your systems host file and add the following line: 127.0.0.1 mydomain.org Now ...


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While this might be not the easiest task for a beginner, it is very well possible – with a little help from some plugins. In a similar scenario I would usually install WordPress under a subdomain. When everything is looking ok to launch, I would recommend to first (always!) make a backup of everything. You can then change the base url (domain) either ...


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Wordpress is generally fine as long as you change the siteurl and homeurl in the database.


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I don't know if you are answered...but what i have encountered especially when i was working on linux and i just thought maybe other users, especially who are working on linux might find this useful. I was facing the same problem...but i had to use the SSH2 option. How to install SSH2 apt-get install openssh-server libssh2-php After that, i had to ...


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Ubuntu Users Just add define('FS_METHOD','direct'); to wp-config.php and it will work on localhost. Just make sure you don't add it to production version. See: codex.wordpress.org/Editing_wp-config.php


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If I understand correctly you have main web site which is not WordPress, but you want to implement WordPress Blog inside it, and create premalinks/categories as you described. If I were handling this requirement, I would go about it by installing separated WP instance on subdomain, such as blog.example.com , and then create categories like this blog....



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