How To Build A WordPress Site Offline

Video is ready, Click Here to View ×

Full Guide @

In this guide we’ll show you how to build a full-fledged WordPress site offline using a neat tool called USBWebServer.

If you are tired of having to develop online and upload files to test them, this is your go-to tool on Windows. On Linux you can obviously install Apache and MySQL a lot easier and also develop a lot faster than you could on Windows, but for beginners and new webmasters this is a handy tool to have.

28 thoughts on “How To Build A WordPress Site Offline

  1. So in between my busy life, I've been wanting for years t be able to have an "offline" site that I can use for tests before uploading it. Recently this has become somewhat of a necessity, I have to say your video was really informative (even though the entire process took me three days between other ongoing projects) and did exactly what I hoped it would do. So, huge thank you 🙂

  2. Some of you might have difficulties getting this started on Windows 10. You may need to define {port} in httpd.confd and the my.ini files. You can get these values in USBWebserver >>General

  3. Hi. I followed this using the latest WP version (4.4.2). The install was completed. However, I am unable to log in. I get an error of an invalid username, and when I try to use the forgot password route, it says that both the username and the email address are invalid.

    Any thoughts on what the issue is? Any help will be appreciated.

  4. need some assistance followed your instructions but i get Sorry, I need a wp-config-sample.php file to work from. Please re-upload this file to your WordPress installation.

  5. Great stuff mate, thank you. I just have 1 question, I have my account I have been using online for WordPress, how do I go about using that same account offline? I'd very much appreciate your response asap. Thank you.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *