Creating a MySQL database with cPanel, which is included in all of hosting plans(may differ with different hosting providers), can be easily accomplished.
Create a MySQL database on your hosting account, you need to log in control Panel. This can be done by either using the Go to cPanel button in the Customer Area My Accounts section or by entering one of the following URLs in your web browser:
In order to connect a new database you need to enter the desired name of the database in the New Database field and click on the Submit button as shown below:
Hint enter keyword into Table Prefix e.g. wp_horseriding to avoid spam emails. Spammers search the internet for newly installed wp_ databases. And make note of Username and password.
WordPress Login Screen
A confirmation screen will be displayed, informing that the database has been successfully created.
Your web host may offers a ‘one-click install‘ or similar for WordPress, you may want to choose that.
WordPress while easy to use. Installing it is not for the faint hearted.
2nd:) If Your web host offers a ‘one-click install‘ you may choose that:
Download and unzip the WordPress package if you haven’t already.
Create a database for WordPress on your web server, as well as a MySQL user who has all privileges for accessing and modifying it.
Upload the WordPress files to the desired location on your web server: If you want to install WordPress into the root of your domain (e.g. http://example.com/), move or upload all contents of the unzipped WordPress directory (excluding the WordPress directory itself) into the root directory of your web server.
If you want to have your WordPress installation in its own subdirectory on your web site (e.g. http://example.com/blog/), create the blog directory on your server and upload the contents of the unzipped WordPress package to the directory via FTP. Note: If your FTP client has an option to convert file names to lower case, make sure it’s disabled.
Run the WordPress installation script by accessing the URL in a web browser. This should be the URL where you uploaded the WordPress files directly to.
If you installed WordPress in the root directory, you should visit: http://example.com/
If you installed WordPress in its own subdirectory called blog, for example, you should visit: http://example.com/blog/
That’s it! WordPress should now be installed.
Any problems give me a call
I also provide a wordpress install service to get you started.
How to Fix wordpress Publish button in from Submit For Review
One of the latest problems i have the (pain) pleasure to come across to during a local business wordpress themes design. It really started off as a bit of a nightmare, when i of realised I could no longer add new pages to my WordPress site or even save the customiser settings for our theme either, faced this problem when working on a custom wordpress roofing theme but found the answer after 6ish hours.
The problem was, there was no “Publish” button. The ‘Publish’ button had be replaced by a “Submit For Review” button. Plus when saving the custom preview seemed to work, but after reloading the page were back to the old settings.
I hope my wordpress tips will help you fix your WordPresswebsite fast and get your website working for you, and not you working for your website.
Changing themes can cause this problem. I recommend you switch back to a default theme (i.e. twenty eleven, twenty twelve etc.) and test if the problem still occurs.
Plugins can also cause this problem. To verify if this is the problem, I recommend deactivating or moving your plugins to a directory outside of the folder and see if the problem still happens.
Login to your phpMyAdmin, repairing the database tables. This can solve the problem. The WordPress “Publish” button is a “Submit For Review” button problem can also be caused my not having a ‘Primary Key’ and ‘Auto Increment’ in the wp-post table in your database You can hire me to do this for you. Basically login to your phpMyAdmin and go to the table wp-post. You will see the following error, suggesting that there is no ‘Primary Key’ nor ‘Auto Increment’.
Go to ‘Structure’ and on the ‘ID’ row, click on ‘Primary Key’ to make this this primary row. Once the ‘ID’ row is the ‘Primary Key’ you can then edit the ‘ID’ row and set it to Auto Increment.
Pinguis Web dealing with WordPress Errors and custom WordPress Website Designers
How to get www. before your domain name on your WordPress Website.
Ultimately, it doesn’t really matter which one you choose. The success of your website will not be determined by a www or non-www URL. The important thing is that whichever one you choose be accurate and consistent.
If visitors type to www.pinguisweb.com or chose to type pinguisweb.com they will still find the Number 1 “Website Design Kerry” website.
In fact when you visit www.pinguisweb.com, the www will not be displayed in the browser’s address bar.
Its assumed when you are searching the world wide web that www. is there.
Media Settings are controlled by the various settings related to images and other media that are used in writing posts and pages.
The image sizes listed determine the maximum dimensions in pixels to use when inserting an image into the body of a post.
Thumbnail size – Specify the Width and Height of your Thumbnail Crop thumbnail to exact dimensions (normally thumbnails are proportional)
Medium size – Specify the the Max Width and Max Height
Large size – Specify the the Max Width and Max Height
Default settings used for during the media upload process when writing a post.
Organize my uploads into month- and year-based folders – Check this box if you wish to organize your uploads into folders based on the year and the month of the upload. WordPress will automatically create the folders, such as wp-content/uploads/2010, these folders are well organised and easy to browse, if you need.
Save Changes Button
Click the Save Changes button to ensure your changes are saved(committed) to your database. Your settings have been saved.
Remember that some plugins require additional image sizes and will create them based on their specifications. One of the main reasons for WordPress site being bloated or taking up to much room.
WordPress Reading Settings Control your frontpage Settings
Front Page Display Setting choose what content appears on your website’s front page. Choose to have your latest blog posts or a static page. Created in the Pages tab (black bar left hand sidebar) of your site.
Your front page is set to display your latest blog posts by default, this can change it to a static front page. Using a static front page is handy if you want to use your front page as a landing page.
Blog pages show at most – Controls the number of Posts to display on your blog page. If frontpage display is set to display Your Latest Posts this value is controlled here also.
Syndication feeds show the most recent – These feeds show the most recent items and lets you set how many blog posts will be sent out at via RSS feed (mine is located at http://pinguisweb.com/feed/). Add /feed/ to your wordpress domain name to get your feed address.
For each article in a feed, show – choose whether to show all post content or the first 55 words, you can select Full text or Summary. Full text means that the entire contents of a post are included in the feed. Summary means that only the first 55 words are included in the feed, along with the option to continue reading the rest of the post. Best change to Summary because of pagespeed and bandwidth factors.
Search Engine Visibility – If you want to setup your website before indexig check the Discourage search engines from indexing this site box to ask search engines not to index this site. When the option is checked, this changes robots.txt to send back noindex(Disallow) commands to search engines.