Using a Wordpress Quickstart Example in OpenShift, Page 4
In the last part of this article, we will create a Wordpress quick start example. The Wordpress quick start repository for OpenShift Express is on github. And, to create the cloud application you should run the command from figure 22, using your OpenShift account:
Figure 22 - Creating an Wordpress example using our OpenShift account
That is it! Checking now your OpenShift account, on the My Application tab you should see, beside our two previous examples, also this new Wordpress example:
Figure 23 - My Application tab from the OpenShift account
Now, testing it the first time in a new browser page, you will be asked to provide some information, in order to install Wordpress, as you can see from figure 24:
Figure 24 - Install Wordpress, in order to host and run your own blog on your own server
After the installation process you will be redirected to your Wordpress Dashboard, where you can manage your site however you like:
Figure 25 - The Management Console of our Wordpress quiqstart example
You have learned how to create an OpenShift account in order to create a PHP cloud application, how to create a simple PHP application from the command line and from the web cloud account, how to add cartridges to your application and how to create a Wordpress quickstart example. Further, you can continue exploring and practicing the amazing capabilities of PHP cloud development on your own.
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