The last version of WordPress is one of our applications that are auto-installable via the administration interface: Web > Sites > Install an application.
To install it yourself, follow the steps set out below:
If you migrate a WordPress application previously hosted by another hosting provider, change:
_optionstable in the database,
$HOME/path/to/the/application/wp-config.php(located at the application root).
Due to its high profile, it is a target of choice for hackers. Consequently, it is important to follow these recommendations:
regularly update WordPress and its plugins,
keep informed on reports of bugs and security breaches relating to plugins before installing them,
choose a prefix other than wp_ for your table names. To change this value on a WordPress application that is already deployed, change the
_options table and the
$HOME/path/to/the/application/wp_config.php file path.
delete idle themes and plugins,
delete the readme.txt file at the root of your application (contains the current version of your WordPress file that is useful to find security breaches that can be used),
$HOME/[path-to-the-application]/wp-content/themes/theme_name/functions.php file path for your theme and add:
This will mask the version number in the meta name generator. Add:
add_filter('login_errors',create_function('$a', "return null;"));
To mask the connection errors.
delete the “admin” account created by default,