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friendz i have problems on installation (4 posts)

  1. krishnaman0har
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    hi friends iam vijay the wordpress can be installed offline on the computer using self hosted site or free site like http://www.xxxx.wordpress beacuse i used free site for installation it has problem that 404 not found..... i mean if we have self hosted site how can the installation know.....? and we cannot install wordpress on offline with self hosted site.............? its a great confusion to me i have used 2 softwares like xampp and wamp but two have same problem plz help me friendz thanz in advance waiting for ur reply........................

  2. esmi
    Forum Moderator
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Why not get a free blog on wordpress.com and, if necessary, pay a little to get your domain name mapped to it?

  3. krishnaman0har
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    i dont understand ur answer esmi i have given the following msg and plz help me about this hi friends iam vijay the wordpress can be installed offline on the computer using self hosted site or free site like http://www.xxxx.wordpress beacuse i used free site for installation it has problem that 404 not found..... i mean if we have self hosted site how can the installation know.....? and we cannot install wordpress on offline with self hosted site.............? its a great confusion to me i have used 2 softwares like xampp and wamp but two have same problem plz help me friendz thanz in advance waiting for ur reply........................

  4. esmi
    Forum Moderator
    Posted 1 year ago #

    We don't recommend that you use free hosting at all. It's simply not suitable for WordPress and causes all kinds of problems. You can install WordPress locally but most people use local servers to test out themes & plugins. Running your own live server is not something you want take on unless you have a fair amount of experience in this direction.

    Is there any reason why a free wordpress.com site wouldn't be suitable? It's still WordPress - albeit with some limitations.

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