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  1. 1. Today’s agenda 1 WordPress Overview 2 Wordpress Installation 3 Database Schema 4 Wordpress Dashboard
  2. 2. 5 Posts 6 Media 7 Developing E-Commerce website 8 Host Transfer Today’s agenda
  3. 3. OVERVIEW
  4. 4. WordPress is an open source Content Management System (CMS), which allows the users to build dynamic websites and blogs. Wordpress is the most popular blogging system on the web and allows updating, customizing and managing the website from its back-end CMS and components. The Content Management System (CMS) is a software which stores all the data such as text, photos, music, documents, etc. and is made available on your website. It helps in editing, publishing and modifying the content of the website.
  5. 5. History WordPress was initially released on 27th May, 2003 by Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little. WordPress was announced as open source in October 2009. As with other systems written in PHP, it is self-contained in the sense that installation, configuration, operation, and administration tasks are all contained in PHP modules. WordPress’s popularity has been driven in part by its simplicity, with the phrase “five minute installation” making appearances in nearly every description or book about WordPress. Beyond getting to a first post, WordPress was designed to be extended.
  6. 6. Features User Management Media Management Theme System Extend with Plugins Search Engine Optimization Multilingual Importers
  7. 7. Advantages It is an open source platform and available for free. Media files can be uploaded easily and quickly CSS files can be modified according to the design as per users need. There are many plugins and templates available for free. Users can customize the various plugins as per their need. It is very easy to edit the content as it uses WYSIWYG editor (What You See Is What You Get).
  8. 8. Disadvantages Using several plugins can make the website heavy to load and run. PHP knowledge is required to make modifications or changes in the WordPress website. Updating WordPress version leads to loss of data, so it a backup copy of the website is required. Modifying and formatting the graphic images and tables is difficult.
  10. 10. Download wordpress zip from
  11. 11. Step 1: in C:xampphtdocsarjun_test Create a folder and extract the wordpress zip
  12. 12. Step 2 : Start xampp server
  13. 13. Step 3 open the browser and type http://localhost/arjun_test
  14. 14. Now clicking on lets go , we get
  15. 15. Step 4 create the details Before filling :- ( 1 ) create database as shown
  16. 16. In the database click on privileges
  17. 17. And here click on add user
  18. 18. Check all privileges and click on go
  19. 19. This will add the user to the database
  20. 20. Edit and save the wp-config file as :-
  21. 21. Step 5 now fill the entries as :-
  22. 22. Clicking on submit we get
  23. 23. Step 6 run the install And fill the details And click on install wordpress
  24. 24. After installation the following window will appear
  25. 25. step 7 :- simply click on login now you have successfully installed wordpress
  26. 26. step 8 :- choose a theme
  27. 27. step 9 :- visit site
  28. 28. Database Schema
  29. 29. Introduction The default installation of WordPress contains 12 database tables. WordPress prides itself on being very lightweight and the database is the starting point for this. The database structure is designed to be very minimal yet allow for endless flexibility when developing and designing for WordPress. To start understanding the database schema it helps to view a database diagram.
  30. 30. Wordpress Database Structure
  31. 31. Wordpress Database In phpmyadmin
  32. 32. TABLE DETAILS ➤wp_comments: Contains all comments within WordPress. Individual comments are linked back to posts through a post ID. ➤wp_commentsmeta: Contains all metadata for comments. ➤wp_links: Contains all links added via the Link Manager section. ➤wp_options: Stores all web site options defined under the Settings SubPanel. Also stores plugin options, active plugins and themes, and more.
  33. 33. TABLE DETAILS ➤wp_postmeta: Contains all post metadata (custom fields). ➤wp_posts: Contains all posts, pages, media records, and revisions. Under most circumstances, this is the largest table in the database. ➤ Currently seven different post statuses are defined in WordPress: ➤publish ➤inherit ➤pending ➤private ➤future ➤draft ➤trash
  34. 34. TABLE DETAILS ➤wp_terms: Contains all taxonomy terms defined for your web site. ➤wp_term_relationships: Joins taxonomy terms with content (that is, posts, links, and so on). ➤wp_term_taxonomy: Defines what taxonomy each term is assigned to. ➤wp_users: Contains all users created in your web site (login, password, e-mail). ➤wp_usermeta: Contains metadata for users (first/last name, nickname, user level, and so on).
  35. 35. Wordpress Dashboa
  36. 36. Wordpress Dashboard
  37. 37. DASHBOARD Dashboard Menu The WordPress Dashboard provides navigation menu that contains some menu options such as posts, media library, pages, comments, appearance options, plugins, users, tools and settings on the left side. Welcome It includes the Customize Your Site button which allows customizing your WordPress theme. The center column provides some of the useful links such as creating a blog post, creating a page and view the front end of your website.
  38. 38. DASHBOARD Quick Draft The Quick Draft is a mini post editor which allows writing, saving and publishing a post from admin dashboard. It includes the title for the draft, some notes about the draft and save it as a Draft. WordPress News The WordPress News widget displays the latest news such as latest software version, updates, alerts, news regarding the software etc. from the official WordPress blog.
  39. 39. DASHBOARD Activity The Activity widget includes latest comments on your blog, recent posts and recently published posts. At a Glance This section gives an overview of your blog's posts, number of published posts and pages, and number of comments. When you click on these links, you will be taken to the respective screen. It displays the current version of running WordPress along with the currently running theme on the site.
  40. 40. POSTS
  41. 41. WYSIWYG Editor Add Link: Adds a link to your content. When you click on this button, the following page gets displayed.
  42. 42. Adding a new post ( visual )
  43. 43. text
  44. 44. The Published Post
  45. 45. MEDIA
  46. 46. Adding Media
  47. 47. Upload Preview
  48. 48. Click on attachment to get its details
  49. 49. Publiished attachment
  50. 50. PAGES
  51. 51. Adding a new page
  52. 52. The published page : - localhost/arjun_test/xyz
  53. 53. Developing E-commerce website
  54. 54. The most important attribute for the success of an e- commerce website is its appearance Here we encounter the usage of themes and plugins. Themes :- .
  55. 55. DEFAULT THEMES .
  56. 56. Customizing a theme .
  57. 57. Some well known E-commerce themes are :- Sydney .
  58. 58. Some well known E-commerce themes are :- Zerif Lite .
  59. 59. Some well known E-commerce themes are :- Shoppy Store .
  60. 60. Shoppy Store uploaded on localhost .
  61. 61. PLUGINS :- .
  63. 63. WooCommerce – The Best eCommerce Platform for Wordpress WooCommerce is an open source e-commerce plugin for WordPress. It is designed for small to large-sized online merchants using WordPress. Launched on September 27, 2011, the plugin quickly became popular for its simplicity to install and customize and free base product..
  64. 64. WooCommerce – The Best eCommerce Platform for Wordpress .
  65. 65. WooCommerce – The Best eCommerce Platform for Wordpress .
  66. 66. WooCommerce – The Best eCommerce Platform for Wordpress .
  67. 67. Resulting e-commerce store .
  68. 68. Sample e-commerce store .
  70. 70. Step (1): Keep the backup of WordPress files and export the database. WordPress Files Backup
  71. 71. fill the details from the host site and download
  72. 72. WordPress Database Backup
  73. 73. Step 2: Create a new database and MySQL user as shown in the following screen.
  74. 74. Click on the + symbol
  75. 75. Select phpMyAdmin and import the database
  76. 76. Import will give all the database tables here
  77. 77. Step 3: Upload your WordPress files by using file transfer protocol (FileZilla)
  78. 78. Step 4: Inside the Website section of hostinger, Click on Auto Installer. Step 5: You can view the login page of WordPress.
  79. 79. Some Websites Developed On Worpress
  80. 80. REFERENCES 1. WordPress: The Missing Manual by Matthew MacDonald 2. WordPress All-in-One for Dummies by Lisa Sabin-Wilson 3. Professional WordPress Design and Development by Brad Williams, David Damstra and Hal Stern 4. Smashing WordPress: Beyond the Blog by Thord Daniel Hedengren 5. WordPress Websites Step-by-Step by Caiman Jones 6. How to Build a Website with WordPress…Fast by Kent Mauresmo
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  82. 82. Questions