System Requirements for WordPress:
To install WordPress, the following are the system requirements:
WordPress is a free and open-source Content Management System under the GNU General Public License, and you can directly download it from its official site. Open the https://wordpress.org/download/ link to download WordPress.
Create Store Database:
To set up WordPress into your system is very easy. The below steps describe how to set up WordPress locally on your system.
Step 1: Firstly, extract the downloaded WordPress and upload it into your localhost or web server project folder.
Step 2: Open your web browser and navigate the URL of WordPress file path (In case of localhost URL will be http://localhost/wordpress_project_folder_name).
Step 3: The WordPress installation setup will ask you about language preference. Here you have to choose the language of your choice and press the “Continue” button.
Step 4: This step provides info about the required information before proceeding. View this information and press the “Let’s go!” button.
Step 5: Here, you have to provide MySQL database connection credentials. It will ask you for entering the information related to the MySQL database. Here is the list of fields that the screen will be asking you to insert:
After providing all the information, press the “Submit” button.
Step 6: The WordPress checks the authentication of database credentials and provides you with a confirmation. If you have provided the correct MySQL credentials, a new screen will come up with the option “Run the Install”. Press that “Run the Install” button.
Step 7: In this step, where you have to provide site admin information.
Enter the administrative information which will be having the following the field:
After filling all the information, press the “Install WordPress” button.
Step 8: Now, the admin panel will come up with a login screen. Enter the username and password you had mentioned during installation. After press the “Log In” button.