You’re a Mac lover or dream every day to have a Mac? In addition, blogger are you? Because WordPressDash will make you life easier, this small application for the Dashboard on your Mac. The news brings the hand AyudaWordpress and the application is so easy to just press the F12 button will have the widget running and ready to write.
To install s olo need to link to your blog and give your session data to start writing quickly .
It also has the function of g UARD articles you write as drafts’ to ‘and then post them on your blog. It has no buttons for quick access but with a slight notion of HTML codes and quietly posting all this without leaving your desk .
While the Apache Web server comes by default with the system, you may not really want to risk installing PHP, MySQL and others. It is a tedious process that could avoid screens.
MAMP is a complete solution for MAC to that from a single installer can install both Apache and PHP, and MySQL and phpMyAdmin manager, all in the most comfortable there.
In a few clicks you have everything installed and working properly on your Mac, or you have to open and edit the configuration files. The process is fully automated and clean. With MAMP; turn your Mac into a web development environment with which to test your projects.
To use MAMP need:
* Operating System: Mac OS X
* Processor: Intel / PPC
* Free Disk Space: 250 MB
* Mac OS X 10.3 or higher
The application will be used to screen, a free development in one package includes Apache, MySQL and PHP in its latest versions. While Mac OS X already have everything you need is much easier to do with glass screen and do it well.
Essentially, MAMP gives you all of the tools you need to run WordPress on your machine, for development and testing purposes. You can accomplish this in different ways, but the other ways aren’t nearly as simple (see MacOS_X_Local_Mirror for the long, manual version of installing PHP and MySQL on your Mac).
Manually Installation tips :
The first is to download the latest version of screens from the project page.
Monta the image on your Mac and start the installation process. At the end you have a folder in your Applications folder MAMP and to install a widget on the Dashboard (double click) from the start or stop the server that is installed automatically. In fact, just starting to take MAMP your local server running, and you can check by clicking on the “Home” widget or the application.
From here you have links to the pages for managing your server, and the mere appearance of the screen and you sure that you have your server without having to configure anything.
Note that the server is hosted on “localhost: 8888”, the server’s default screen, and chosen not to interfere with the Apache installed by default in Mac OS X.
As we already have installed the necessary basis for our blog, we are preparing to install WordPress. To do this, from the homepage of screens we click the link to PHPMyAdmin to create the database WordPress. He put a name as clever as “wordpress” and click on “Create” button. The rest of the options as we are, do not touch anything because it is not necessary.
The following is the latest version of WordPress, uncompress it in our Mac and move the entire contents of the folder “wordpress” to Applications -> MAMP -> htdocs, remaining in this way …
Then open the file wp-config-sample.php and complete the lines that I have highlighted the data that you see there. Only change if you put another name to the database. The default data will always be
* Db_name – wordpress
* Db_user – root
* DB_PASSWORD – root
Once the information saved the file as wp-config.php in the same folder (Applications -> MAMP -> htdocs).
And with this and we can only begin installing WordPress as it would on a server on the Internet. The only difference is that instead of you will go to tublog.com to localhost: 8888 and then start installation at the famous 3 Guillermo took steps to explain in this video.
That we already have a blog running in the room in which to test templates, plugins or new versions of WordPress before applying them to our blog.
As a screen, you can configure only comentarte their behavior to use another folder …
Running Mac OS X and you have a WordPress blog, either in the free WordPress.com blogs, or you have installed WordPress on your own Web server. If you have many comments and moderates, or you can bring your administration panel every time, or you can watch your mailbox to receive notifications of new comments awaiting approval.
Could it be simpler, and above all, that has to do Mac OS X? Well, the answer is very simple, because there is a simple application called WordPress Notifier, completely free and is on version 0.3, which we reported the comments awaiting approval to come to our blog from the system tray.
To do this we must use WordPress 2.7 or higher, indicate the direction of our blog, our data access, the check interval, plus the ability to use Growl for notifications, and automatic start to come into our system .
In this way, we will know when we have still to approve comments, but future versions will have support for restraint from the application itself, where we can respond without the need to use our web browser, and which will also have support for multiple blogs, availability in other languages, etc..
If we receive many comments, WordPress Notifier should not miss on our systems.