Azure App Service Web Apps provides a scalable, secure and easy to use environment for production grade WordPress sites. This blog post will walk you through creating, configuring and optimizing a truly cloud based WordPress site that can handle a large volume of visitors. Azure websites Gallery provides a quick and easy way to install WordPress on Websites, however, the database created in this workflow is a Free MySQL database which is meant for trying out the application and is not suitable for running the WordPress site in production. Azure websites Gallery provides an easy way to create a fresh WordPress installation for a website. To generate the Keys for the deployment settings, you can run this script from WordPress. Select the database you created earlier from the Azure Store and complete the installation wizard.
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We've been running a series of articles here on ZDNet about setting up and running websites. With so much change going on in the world, it's more important than ever to have a compelling web presence. Also: How to build a website: What you need to get started. In this article, we're going to look at all of the components that go into creating and maintaining an actively updated, mid-level website. We're going to look at the content management system, the extensions and themes, the hosting provider, and the SaaS services that support the site. By the time you finish reading, you'll have a good feel for what resources are used, so when it's time to plan out your site, you'll know what to look for.