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  1. mani_monaj
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Dear Friends

    I am a PHP developer and I am working with PHP/MYSQL/... for more than 3 years , I am now working on my own website. but I don't want to put much time for developing that ...

    So I choosed wordpress to develop my website based on it, I have a notebook and I want to set up a CMS System with WP for my own blogging/Arching. As I don't have a permenant Internet connection I decided to set up my website on my notebook, WordPress is core of my site in a folder name /weblog/ but I have some other codes and other db tables, After finishing The website on my notebook I want to upload it completely to a web server (including all DB tables) , so I faced to a problem , which parameters in WP must be changed after uploading to webserver,(notice that I'd install wp on my own notebook for development) I mean , how much wordpress depends on the server ...

    Thanx

  2. Mark (podz)
    Support Maven
    Posted 9 years ago #

    siteurl and home values in the database table 'wp-options' plus any full urls you may have used. If you have not used any such urls (for images typically) then it's just the first two values.

    It's very doable :)

  3. Lorelle
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    From what I understand, in order to really "see" WordPress in action on your computer free of the connection with the Internet and web server, you have to have MySQL, Apache and PHP installed on your computer. There are a bunch of "quicke" (and I use that term loosely) programs and help files on the net that will help you install the M-A-P combination on your computer.

    Living on the road and traveling full-time, I understand this very well, but I haven't taken this step yet. Once I'm set up with a fixed computer, I add the new posts via any and all Internet connections I can find when I can. But setting it up for the first time, I did it from a fixed internet connection because it just took a lot of time and I wanted all the urls (as podz mentioned) and bells and whistles to work online and not trust what I would get on my machine and then upload.

    It sped up the testing process, but didn't change the development process.

    Luckily, WordPress is pretty easy to learn and use and the up time was amazingly fast, but that's because I already had experience with HTML and CSS. I'm learning PHP and MySQL by the seat of my pants to get more customization as I go. But the inital stuff can have you up and running in a few hours to two days of dinking with it.

    People with broadband internet forget that there are a lot of us out there still hunting for an internet connection, in any shape and form. Beg, borrow, and steal...so to speak.

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