WordPress Tutorial – Developing with WordPress Locally Using MAMP

WordPress Tutorial - Developing with WordPress Locally Using MAMP

A look at how you can develop WordPress themes and pages locally using MAMP or Mac, Apache, MySQL and PHP. The URL for the debug code is below. http://www.jo…

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9 responses to “WordPress Tutorial – Developing with WordPress Locally Using MAMP”

  1. John Hartley says:

    Awesome. Annotation added and attributed to you. Thanks for looking into it!

  2. DrakenbergLive says:

    Got it.

    It seems like the newer versions of Mamp requires you to have the WP files pasted in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs

    You should post that info as a annotation.

    But, Huuuge thanks for this tutorial and for replying, you rock 😀

  3. DrakenbergLive says:

    Ofcourse, it’s really weird, i ran through the essential steps several times now.

    Apache location: Sites
    Database name: test
    WP folder name in sites: test
    Configged the config with…
    Database: test
    Pass/username: root

  4. John Hartley says:

    When you start MAMP, are both the Apache and MYSQL servers running? There should be two green lights.

  5. DrakenbergLive says:

    I cannot get this to work, i’ve tried everything, but i just get 404.

    Matched the name of the wordpress folder, database, config and everything. But nothing, what could be wrong?

  6. Fayeez Ahmed says:

    Thank you for this! I have been trying to set this up for a few days now!

  7. Jae Phats says:

    I got it to work.. yea they was on .. had to rename the database… thanks bro ..

  8. John Hartley says:

    When you start MAMP, are both the Apache and MYSQL servers running? There should be two green lights.

  9. Jae Phats says:

    i keep getting server not found

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