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For information about how to install WebMatrix Beta, see. Downloading and Installing WordPress To install WordPress using WebMatrix Beta, open WebMatrix. Then on the WebMatrix Beta Quick Start page, click Site from Web Gallery. When the Site from Web Gallery wizard opens, you will see a wide selection of applications to choose from. Click WordPress, and then click Next. You need a MySQL database service to run WordPress. If MySQL is not installed on your local computer, you'll be prompted to install it. If you would like to use a local installation of MySQL on your computer, choose Yes, install it on my machine and then click Next. To use a remote instance of MySQL server, choose No, use a remote server. If you are prompted to enter the root password for the MySQL database engine, you will need to enter a password and then click Next. Note The root account is used for administering an instance of the MySQL database engine. On the Accept EULA page, read the terms, and if you accept them, click I Accept. On the next page, WebMatrix will keep you informed of the download status. This is not the root password that you entered earlier when you installed MySQL; the WordPress application will use this account to access the information for the database that WebMatrix will create for your WordPress application. If you install MySQL on your local computer, you'll need to specify the MySQL root user name and password that you entered. Once you have entered all of the required information, click Next. On the next page, WebMatrix keeps you informed of the installation status. When the installation has completed, WebMatrix lists everything that was installed. Click OK to close the Site from Web Gallery wizard. When the Site from Web Gallery wizard has closed, WebMatrix automatically opens the WordPress application. You can customize the WordPress application for your use, test your website locally using the IIS Express Web server that comes with WebMatrix, or publish it to a public website.