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Installing WordPress through Mysql 8 months, 1 week ago #56590

I tried installing WordPress on localhost using Mysql database, but getting an error of page not found after installation, I asked my developer to find any other solution and he said that we can use managed WordPress hosting where Mysql and local is pre-setup and we just need to install through their managed platform without going technical. The hosting I am going to use is, If he is telling me the fine decision or not, need expert opinions.

Re: Installing WordPress through Mysql 7 months, 2 weeks ago #58551

I think that you need to find Magento-oriented hosting. Hosting affects the website performance on the server-side. The page generation time directly depends on the density of the websites on the physical servers and how loaded the servers are. The lack of hosting resources always results in a website performance degradation and slower load time. Sometimes, issues with a hosting result in the long downtimes, which irreversibly leads to the loss of both regular and potential customers.
If you need help with website performance, feel free to ask questions.

Re: Installing WordPress through Mysql 6 months, 1 week ago #63124

I had really hard time in installing WordPress on localhost using Mysql database, was getting an error of page not found after installation, finally I had to take help of a web application development company and they helped me find the solution to use managed WordPress hosting where Mysql and local is pre-setup.
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