WampServer is a Windows web development environment. It allows you to create web applications with Apache2, PHP and a MySQL database. Alongside, PhpMyAdmin allows you to manage easily your databases.
WampServer Official Website www.wampserver.com
WordPress is a free and open source blogging tool and a content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL which runs on a Web hosting service. It has many features including a plug-in architecture and a template system. WordPress is used by over 14.7% of Alexa Internet's "top 1 million" websites and as of August 2011 manages 22% of all new websites. WordPress is currently the most popular blogging system in use on the Web, powering over 60 million websites worldwide.
It was first released on May 27, 2003, by founders Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little as a fork of b2/cafelog. As of April 2013, version 3.5 had been downloaded over 18 million times.
1. Windows Apache Mysql PHP Integrated Installation Environment
2. local installation WordPress
Unzip the WordPress installation files to wamp's www directory.
3. Establishment of a database.
Open WampServer menu, Choose phpMyAdmin
Will open web browser, choose Databases
WampServer 403 error occurred solution
(1) Part Apache:
Within the segment will deny all Directory conditions are modified to allow from all.
<Directory "c:/wamp/apps/phpmyadmin3.3.9/"> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews AllowOverride all Order Deny,Allow Deny from all #Allow from 127.0.0.1 Allow from all
(2) Part phpmyadmin:
Similarly, within the segment will
deny all Directory conditions are modified to
allow from all.
Finally restart all services.
4. Local installation WordPress
In the browser, enter
Click create a configuration file
→ Start now to create
→ Fill in information in the database to be created
Database Name - In the name of the database created by phpmyadmin;
User Name - Usually is
Password - The default is empty;
Database Host - The default is
Table Prefix - The default is
→ Submit → Fill wordpress title, username, password, email address → Next ... → Log → complete
Can't access localhost solutions
Can't access localhost, or the system tray icon is orange Wampserver not be displayed in green, the reason may be the system port 80 occupied by other programs
Press Windows + R Key, Open Run, run
netstat -ano, You can view the local port 80 to take up the program's PID;
Then look at the Task Manager process corresponding to the PID (If no PID entry Task Manager, select View → Column), End the program or turn off the process to unlock the corresponding procedure takes.
WampServer local installation WordPress finish.