How To Build A Website Without Hosting 2020 - Beginners WordPress Guide To A Local Install

wordpress without hosting – How To Build A Website Without Hosting 2020 – Beginners WordPress Guide To A Local Install


How To Build A Website Without Hosting 2020 – Beginners WordPress Guide To A Local Install

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In this video, I will show you how to build a website without hosting in 2020. We will cover to install WordPress on your PC locally. This is a beginners guide.

To install it go here:

Things to remember: Only you will be able to see your website, this will only be on your computer. This is designed to show you how to perform a local WordPress install – current for 2020.

If you want to make a real website a have it live then check this video where I show a complete build and give my recommendation for a hosting company.

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How To Build A Website Without Hosting 2020 – Beginners WordPress Guide To A Local Install

13 thoughts on “wordpress without hosting – How To Build A Website Without Hosting 2020 – Beginners WordPress Guide To A Local Install

  1. Nice tutorial thanks.
    I have a question however, can i migrate the site that i made?
    I have a free domain and a free hosting, but the hosting doesn't provide wordpress installation as bluestack, or siteground provides.However it provides migration to the site.

  2. Thanks so much!!! But can I somehow built two websites on a local host? When I install WordPress twice with two different accounts for example?

  3. Thanks a lot for this video! Must tutorials are for websites with a domain and host so this is great! My question is, can I somehow install elementor and add plugin? When I try to download elementor it asks for my domain name.

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