How to Set Up a Purchased WordPress Website on Your Hosting Server – Part 2 of 2

From the fist component of the content I described why Bob purchased the WordPress web site, how to move the domain and also the setup of this domain name on his hosting server. Part two will require a close look on what to install the WordPress sites database and then configure a few crucial WordPress Website settings.WHAT IS WORDPRESS AND HOW DOES IT WORK

Inch. See the WordPress Database files

Let us split this part down into 3 easy steps:

A) Create the WordPress Database and access info

B) Modify the WordPress Database content

B) Upload the WordPress Database (cpanel)

A) Create the WordPress Database and get information (cpanel)

You can restore the database directly, however also for this particular exercise Bob will also explain why he generated the WordPress database himself. So this comes the tricky part. Once you want to access the WordPress website, it’ll first attempt to connect into the WordPress database. The corresponding access information is stored in the wpconfig. Php file, situated in the root directory of the new domain name. You can look this up in the WordPress directory files you’ve got. Therefore, you will have to change the next three variables in the wp-config. Php file:

/** The name of the database for WordPress */

/ /** database username */

Define(‘DB_USER’, ‘ ‘bob55_ akdbadm’);

/ /** database password */

Define(‘DB_PASSWORD’, ‘xxx xxx xxxx’);

The DB_PASSWORD parameter I got is encrypted and useless to me, and so the bond will fail. To get around this problem bob will reveal you only a tiny hint; Bob reused an current user (and password) already assigned to a different WordPress Database.

First he established the WordPress database, akkingb (in cpanel > Databases > MySql Databases) and added the EXISTING user into the new database(Scroll down to MySQL Users and also add the consumer bob55_ akdbadm into the database he just created, bob55_ akkingb, also assign ALL PRIVILEGES.

Now you only needed modify DB_NAME parameter, copy the values for DB_USER and ‘DB_PASSWORD from the wp-config. Php file of your EXISTING WordPress Blog, and also the bond will work perfectly;yet)

So, download or extract the wp-config. Php apply for your new WordPress blog, change the parameters and upload it again.

There’s some information from the WordPress Website that you can either change in the future, whenever you have managed to gain access to your new WordPress blog or change it directly in the WordPress Database file. I prefer to do the latter, since it’s quite simple and a great time saver when configuring the WordPress Website.

There really are a number of generic values that are used in diverse places therefore in the event you perform a find/replace (all) it is really a few minutes to accomplish this. I will tell you what tables are affected, so that you know where to look and alter it manually, but you can just do a global shift also:

Wp_options table – Change values of:

– ‘admin_email’, ”> your email.)

Wp_users dining table: Change value of user_email field to your admin client so you are going to be able to have the password reset ship into a own email

That is it! :–RRB- The user_email is particularly helpful if you do not know that the WordPress web site’s admin password. Simply ask the password to be reset and you will get the password send to the email you picked;-)

c) Upload the WordPress Database (cpanel)

The key thing here would be to mention the WordPress database sql document correctly. When restoring via the cpanel it will use the database according to the WordPress database sql filename. Do NOT put in a database prefix, since this will likely be assigned automatically, and should function as hosting server ID; in Bob’s case, bob55. Hence, Bob termed his file akkingb.sql, and the subsequent complete database name will likely be bog55_ akkingb.

Bob had problems with WordPress Database restores when the file wasn’t zipped in the right format. The animate either didn’t run at all or broke at any point. So it is really a good idea to acquire the free Gzip file compression utility. For more information goto gzip.org.

To renew the WordPress Database, in cpanel, go the Files > Backup Wizard, select “Restore” > MySQL Databases, locate the neighborhood restore document, akkingb.sql.gz and click “Restore”. Presently a new browser window will start and the DB restore should start within a few minutes.

You know that the revive should have arisen properly in case you find the whole WordPress Database file with this page. It’s possible to check the DB creation also through the cpanel > Databases > Php Admin panel. All your data bases have been recorded on the left hand side.

We’re almost done! :–RRB-. You should now be able to view your new blog and then enter the admin panel yourdomain/wp-admin.

2. Assessing your WordPress Website

Any WordPress Blog configuration is different, but following letsl name just a number of their WordPress Website settings. .

* WordPress SETTINGSDecision

General:

Membership: Anyone may enroll
Timezone

Writing:

Remote Publishing: place both values busy if you want to use external publishing tools
Privacy: I would like my site to be visible to everyone, including search engines (like Google, Bing, Technorati)
Permalinks: you might choose to shift to i.e. / percentcategory%/ percentpostname%/ OR /%postname%. Html, or any additional attributes you use in your other blogs

All In One SEO Plugin

Use no-index for Categories: fictitious
Use noindex for Archives: authentic

* WordPress PLUGINS*

Akismet Configuration: Enter YOUR Akismet API Key
Remove or incorporate every other Plugins

*OTHER configurations and setting*

Copy your robots.txt to root folder or install the KB Robots.txt plug-in
Monetizeation like AdSense, Amazon, may demand even editing or corresponding theme files or configuration through plugins, including…

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