[wp-ui] WordPress Installation, Questions about

Joseph Ortenzi joe at wheelyweb.com
Fri Apr 13 23:50:46 UTC 2012

If you are a beginner, and have never set up or installed Wordpress  on a server before I recommend using WAMP instead of running it from scratch. There's a tutorial on how to do that in the WAMP site. 

As for learning php, I cant think of a specific resource right now but I do know of some great lessons  in JavaScript at codecademy.com as well that, although not php, is a good introduction to coding. 

Joseph Ortenzi 
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On 14/04/2012, at 5:57, April Morone <blackjadedheart at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello.  I have questions about the installation process of Wordpress.  I installed Visual Studio 2010, Express, and the Visual Studio 2011 Beta, which does reqire MySQL to be a apart of it.  I have the MySQL 2008.  But, when I try to bring up Wordpress afgter having installed it on my computer, after having first extracted the WordPress files, and I then downloaded PHP from PHP.net, I cannot seem to get PHP and WordPress to also pull up, but the PHP is needed to be pulld upso that WordPress can then work, properly, for me to then add it to the server.  Please explain how I can correct this problem.  Also, are there any tutorials on PHP programmin, and also on programming in C that are completely for beginners and that are completely free, not that free tril stuff?  Please let me know this info, as well.  Thank you.
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