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WordPress 2.3

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

WordPress is your very own personal web publisher.

It's an entire weblog software package for your web site. A weblog, also known as a blog, is basically a regularly updated, chronological listing of thoughts and articles published by a person or a group of individuals, containing either personal stories and incidents or helpful information pertaining to a particular domain of expertise.

WordPress allows you to publish your articles on a webpage instantly, and it takes care to see that the content you generate on your website adheres to recognized world wide web standards.

WordPress also helps you organize your thoughts and writings for display in a graceful and intuitively simple manner, and takes away the painful work and drudgery from what essentially should be a creative task, and not a mechanical or technical task.

With a little imagination, WordPress can be used to drive websites which meet different needs; such as a photolog, which can be regularly updated with new photographs, or a community bulletin board where people can leave comments and notes for others to read.

Key Features

The following is a list of some of the features that come standard with WordPress, however there are literally hundreds of plugins that extend what WordPress does, so the actual functionality is nearly limitless. You are also free to do whatever you like with the WordPress code, extend it or modify in any way or use it for commercial projects without any licensing fees. That is the beauty of free software, free meaning not only price but also the freedom to have complete control over it.




WordPress 2.3 automatically installs on your web site in seconds Or, follow the below instructions to install manually.

You can install WordPress yourself by following these instructions at WordPress.org.

Common Problems:

If you see a message saying Error establishing a database connection you should check for the following;

Some versions of mySQL need to use the old password style to connect. The fix is simple, but requires root access. It's an SQL query command to tell mySQL to use the old password style. If you don't have root access, then your web hosting company will need to run the command for you. This is what you should enter:

SET PASSWORD FOR 'dbusername'@'host' = OLD_PASSWORD('dbpassword');

Replace "dbusername" with the same username set for the database using WordPress, replace "host" with the host name to connect to your database. This is usually "localhost". Lastly replace "dbpassword" with the password to the WordPress database.

Once you do that, you should be able to get WordPress running without a problem.

I wrote to you about a problem I had with your scripting. The problem was, as you know, not with your scripting. The problem was with the user, ME!

Thank you for your quick response, and the obvious knowledge you have about the possible solutions. Your suggestion enabled the program to work immediately.

I think you hear ma few complaints but I herewith send you BIG COMPLIMENTS for the software package which you offer, and for your professionalism in customer support. I find the price unbelievably inexpensive and the support better than normal from companies who offer software at +$1,500,00.

Thank you for this great value and for your software contribution, which opens doors for the layman in the high tech world.


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