When you open the link https://wordpress.org/download/, you will get to see a screen as below:
It’s very easy to setup WordPress into your system. The following steps describe how to setup WordPress locally on your system.
Step (1): Extract the downloaded WordPress folder and upload it into your web server or localhost.
Step (2): Open your browser and navigate to your WordPress file path, then you will get the first screen of the WordPress installer as shown in the below screen. In our case the path is localhost/< Your_wordpress_folder >.
Select your language for the WordPress and click on Continue.
Step (3): In this step, you can view the information needed for the database before proceeding with wordpress installation.
Click on Let’s go!
Step (4): Here, you have to enter the information about the MYSQL database as described in the screen below.
After filling all information, click on Submit button.
Step (5): Here, the WordPress checks the database setting and gives you the confirmation screen as shown below.
Click on Run the install
Step (6): Here, you have to enter the information about administrative.
It contains below fields:
After filling all the information, click on the Install WordPress button.
Step (7):After installation getting successful, you will get a screen of the WordPress success as shown below.
Here you can view your username and password detail added in WordPress.
Click on Log In button.
Step (8):After clicking on login then you will get a WordPress Admin Panel as shown below.
Here, enter the username and password which you had mentioned during installation as shown in the step 6 and click on the Log In button.
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