How to updating WordPress

Step 1: Repla­ce Word­Press files Get the late­st Word­Press zip (or tar.gz) file. Unpack the zip file that you down­loa­ded. Deac­ti­va­te plu­gins. Dele­te the old wp-inclu­des and wp-admin direc­to­ries on your web host (throu­gh your FTP or shell access). Using FTP or your shell access, upload the new wp-inclu­des and wp-admin direc­to­ries to your web […]

How to rename the wordpress folder?

The­re are times when you need to move Word­Press around within your ser­ver, and times when you need to move Word­Press from one ser­ver to ano­ther. You don’t need to rein­stall. Word­Press is fle­xi­ble enou­gh to hand­le all of the­se situa­tions. When Your Domain Name and URLs Do Not Chan­ge Moving your domain without chan­ging […]

Giving wordpress its own directory

Many peo­ple want Word­Press to power their site’s root (e.g. http://example.com) but they don’t want all of the Word­Press files clut­te­ring up their root direc­to­ry. Word­Press allo­ws you to install it into a sub­di­rec­to­ry, but have your blog exi­st in the site root. As of Ver­sion 3.5, Mul­ti­si­te users may use all of the func­tio­na­li­ty […]