how to install wordpress on my windows xp i keep getting php is turned off help
if you just want to tell me that would be so great my e mail is email@example.com
i have struggled for 3 weeks with this i ned php help thank you so much
Did you install php and mysql ?
You need to install php and you should be able to run on a http server like apache. Then install mysql also.
Copy wordpress into the htdoc and run the index.php
I think the problem is in your hosting account - not sure why you would need to install WP on your desktop, but here's what I typically do:
I go to my admin panel at (insert host name, I use JustHost), check "fantastico" (big smiley face icon).
Fantastico allows you to install a number of services, including WP, so I just hit WP, select the domain or sub-domain I'm working with, and hit install.
Hope this helps, but I think Glacier may have helped you already. I just do things a lot less technically.
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