Installation

Updating WordPress

WARNING: The upgrade process will affect all files and folders included in the main WordPress installation. This includes all the core files used to run […]

Automated Installation

Although WordPress is very easy to install, you can use one of the one-click auto-installers typically available from hosting companies. The most popular auto-installers, APS, […]

phpMyAdmin

What is phpMyAdmin? An administrator’s tool of sorts, phpMyAdmin is a PHP script meant for giving users the ability to interact with their MySQL databases. […]

Using FileZilla

FileZilla is an open-source FTP-client and FTP-server developed by Tim Kosse (Germany) et.al. The FTP-client is available for multiple platforms such as Windows, Linux and […]

Update Services

Update Services are tools you can use to let other people know you’ve updated your blog. WordPress automatically notifies popular Update Services that you’ve updated […]

Roles and Capabilities

WordPress uses a concept of Roles, designed to give the site owner the ability to control what users can and cannot do within the site. […]

Giving WordPress Its Own Directory

Many people want WordPress to power their website’s root (e.g. http://example.com) but they don’t want all of the WordPress files cluttering up their root directory. […]

Configuring Wildcard Subdomains

Wildcard subdomains are useful to allow end users of a domain-based WordPress¬†multisite¬†network to create new sites on demand. In this type of network each new […]

Importing Content

Using the WordPress Import tool, you can import content into your site from another WordPress site, or from another publishing system. You can find many […]

Upgrading WordPress – Extended Instructions

This page contains a more detailed version of the upgrade instructions. Detailed Instructions Overview of the Upgrade Process Backup your database. Backup ALL your WordPress […]