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In the directory you can find, download, rate, and comment on all the best plugins the WordPress community has to offer. WP Super Cache Download A very fast caching engine for WordPress that produces static html files. Jetpack by Download Supercharge your WordPress site with powerful features previously only available to users. BuddyPress Download Social networking in a box.

BbPress Download bbPress is forum software, made the WordPress way Theme-Check Download A simple and easy way to test your theme for all the latest WordPress standards and practices. Tumblr Importer Download Import posts from a Tumblr blog. Web Design. Free WordPress Themes. How to install WordPress 3.0 on XP and IIS 5.1 Manually. PART I – Install PHP on IIS 5.1 (Win XP) Manually For instructions see Download file from Alternatively, download (nts stands for Not-Threat-Safe) Unzip it into C:\Program Files\PHP Copy, create or edit php.ini file Either add PHPRC environment variable pointing to C:\Program Files\PHP\ Or add C:\Program Files\PHP\ to the PATH PART II – Configuring IIS to process PHP requests Download Microsoft FastCGI Extension for IIS 5.1 and 6.0 from Install fcgisetup_1.5_rtw_x86.msi Add PHP entry to IIS mapping.

How to install WordPress 3.0 on XP and IIS 5.1 Manually

Go to IIS Admin – Default Web Site – Properties – Home Directory – Configuration – Mappings and add .php extension pointing to C:\WINDOWS\system32\inetsrv\fcgiext.dll and limit verbs to GET,HEAD,POST: This step is not mentioned in most manuals. PART III – Configure MySQL Database Download latest MySQL from Select mysql-5.1.48-win32.msi file This file allows for installation.

PART IV – Configure WordPress 3.0 on IIS Tags: IIS, WordPress, XP. Setting up Wordpress on Windows XP to use IIS 5.1. I recently built a Windows XP virtual machine with the intention of doing wordpress theme development and testing on it. Getting WordPress up and running normally requires running Apache, MySQL and the wordpress binaries, but instead of running Apache, I wanted to use the version of IIS included in Windows XP. Getting everything for WordPress up and running wasn’t that difficult, but I wanted to record my steps and sources in case anyone else is considering doing the same. Also consider installing FTP with IIS so that you have a mechanism to move files in/out of the VM. I choose to go this route so I can more easily replicate my production server configuration since mapping drives and Windows networking is out of the question in an internet-facing/production scenario.PHP Installation After IIS is installed, and you are all patched up-to-date on XP, then perform the following to install and configure PHP on IIS 5.1: Congratulations!

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