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    4 Feb 2013 As I learn about WordPress theme development I will share my experiences with you. This first post is about installing WordPress on Mac
    Before you can install MAMP on your Mac, you’ll need to download it from the MAMP website. MAMP requires that your Mac be running Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later. Once the MAMP download is complete, double-click the MAMP disk image (it should be something like MAMP_2.0.3.dmg), and you should get a MAMP window pop up.
    20 Sep 2018 Want to install WordPress on your Mac computer? WPBeginner » Blog » Tutorials » How to Install WordPress Locally on Mac using MAMP

    2 Apr 2018 Here is a quick and easy tutorial on how to install WordPress locally on your Mac computer using a cool app called MAMP and MAMP Pro.
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    28 Feb 2017 Want to set up WordPress locally on your computer? Install MAMP on your computer (this applies to Windows and Mac users, as MAMP is no longer restricted to Mac as it once was). Activate . Has this tutorial helped?29 Apr 2018 11 Steps to Installing WordPress Locally. Step 1: Install the Latest Version of WordPress. Step 2: Install MAMP on Your Computer. Step 3: Launching MAMP From Your Applications Folder. Step 4: Setting the Ports. Step 5 : Configure the Web Server and Document Root. Step 6: Start Your Servers. Step 7: Create a MySQL
    5 Mar 2012 One of our students wanted to know how to run multiple local WordPress sites on a Mac using MAMP, so we created this tutorial for him.
    26 Aug 2018 Setup MAMP on Mac OS X – How to Install WordPress Locally on Mac OS X using MAMP? Step-2. Open MAMP. Step-3. Change Apache Port to 80 and MySQL Port to 3306 as per below snapshot. Step-4. Change Document Root as per your need. Step-5. Then click OK and click on Start Servers . Step-8. Step-9. Step-10.


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