Uploading WordPress to your hosting provider server (or remote server) is the next step in our journey.
You have already prepared all the files and configured wp-config.php (that was our last post).
Best to have all these files in a particular separate folder somewhere convenient on your computer, all ready for uploading.
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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!
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Making a website accessible globally through the World Wide Web (www) requires some pretty special technology. Some large companies will do it themselves because their web traffic will justify it. Blacknight Minumus Web Hosting
However, the vast majority of smaller websites are rendered on the www through a 'hosting provider'. There are many.
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Your own web address, I think, is the way to go for all sorts of good reasons.
By this I mean www.(whatever name you want or get).com or dot whatever. There are lots available and most countries have their own suffix (known as a 'top-level domain') if that's what you want. Obviously certain rules apply.