Ok, time to get hold of WordPress and configure it. We'll leave uploading it until next to reduce the length of this post.
So far you've got your website address, you've rented some server space, set up an FTP client on your computer and created a new database on your server space.
Wow, that's already quite something! Not so far now from getting your WordPress blog or site up and running. ...continue reading Download from WordPress.org
When you have a WordPress blog or website it uses a database to store lots of info, such as the content of posts, pages, images and lots of other stuff connected with the blog or website.
That database facility is provided as part of the package you rent from the hosting service so it's all there ready and waiting! You just need to set it up! ...continue reading Setting Up Database For WordPress
If you've already bought a domain name and rented some web hosting space you are the proud possessor of some cyber real-estate! Congratulations!
If you have got FileZilla up and running you can put files on your server space.
So you might as well put something on it to let people who are surfing the web know you are there if they punch in your web address! ...continue reading Holding Page
You need an FTP (file transfer protocol) client on your computer so that you can upload and download files to your website / blog folders on your hosting service server.
There are plenty ways you can do this but I use FileZilla which is free and is easy to configure and use. So let's go with that. Read more...