Setting Up A WAMP Server On Your Windows Desktop

Setting Up A WAMP Server On Your Windows Desktop

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by Richard Underwood
     
 

When it comes to setting up a server on your own computer, many people may have toyed with the idea and then not continued because they thought it would be too difficult. For anyone who has been putting off creating a WAMP server on their home computer, the "Setting Up A WAMP Server on Your Windows Desktop" book take you step-by-step through the process so that you

Overview

When it comes to setting up a server on your own computer, many people may have toyed with the idea and then not continued because they thought it would be too difficult. For anyone who has been putting off creating a WAMP server on their home computer, the "Setting Up A WAMP Server on Your Windows Desktop" book take you step-by-step through the process so that you can create a website running on your own server on your own Windows desktop or laptop computer.

There are many reasons for setting up a website on your own computer first, and only actually putting it online once you're really happy with it, and some of the reasons for having a desktop server are:

EVERYONE who creates a website makes mistakes. None of us are perfect. Don't go 'live' until your site is completely finished, and you are fully happy with it.

If you make mistakes on a 'live' website, the Google-bot will index those pages, but when it returns later (after you've deleted the offending pages) it won't be able to find them. This will make the Google-bot wary of indexing future pages. You don't want to upset Google, so make sure your mistakes are made in private!

Take the opportunity of trying things out. Do you want one column, 2 columns or 3 columns? Do you want black text on a pale background, pale text on a dark background, or something in between? Do you want a site made with WordPress, with Drupal, with Joomla, or with some other software? Having a desktop server means you can try them all!

If you've ever wanted to try this but not known where to begin, then this free step by step guide to creating a WAMP server on your Windows Desktop provides the perfect easy to follow starting point.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011532634
Publisher:
Richard Underwood
Publication date:
09/25/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
478,989
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Richard Underwood is an author of software manuals, and other genres including religion and philosophy. SOFTWARE MANUALS Prior to reaching retirement age Richard designed hundreds of websites, and has been consulted on the creation and design of several e'commerce sites, and in the creation and design of several commercial games and apps. OTHER GENRES In his earlier working life Richard spent twenty years as an ordained minister of religion working for the Salvation Army and the Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen. After leaving the ministry he worked for several years as a staff counsellor for West Yorkshire Ambulance Service, and as the Chief Executive of a small national counselling charity in the UK. CURRENT Richard has retired but continues to write in all genres. He can be directly contacted via his Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/RichardUnderwoodAuthor/

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