If you use WordPress, you’ll know how incredibly easy it is as a web beginner to update your site live — i.e, make changes to it while it is online and visible to everyone.
But if you want to make a WordPress site from scratch, it’s better to do that offline so you can play around with its look and content before releasing it to the world.
There is an easy way to do that too. It involves setting up software, called Wamp, that makes WordPress run on your own computer as if online.
All the Wamp instructions I find online seem to complicate the process. After struggling with other people’s tech-heavy instructions, I finally took some time to put them into plain language.
Here are they are (… give them a go, it will make website development for beginners so much more powerful; and do get in touch if you have any problems following them)