Create & Self-Host Websites in 60 Seconds!

With Advanced, High-Performance Web Server Software using Apache, PHP, MySQL - for Windows

WampDeveloper Pro enables professionals, average users, and businesses to rapidly create & deploy websites using Apache (web server), PHP (language), and MySQL (database).

With WampDeveloper Pro creating websites is a 1-click process.

  • A complete web development and website hosting platform on which to create standards-based dynamic HTML + CSS + JavaScript sites running on PHP and MySQL!
  • Performance Optimized. Secured. And Fully Supported!
  • Built on standards and best-practices, with 7+ years of web-development and website hosting experience! (since 2003)
  • Now comes standard with WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, Magento, phpBB and MediaWiki (1-click install in any website and URL)!
  • Host websites after a simple 60 seconds 1-click installation!
  • System Tab - Control Apache, MySQL, and other Services. Get web server status reports. IP information. And much more.
  • Websites Tab - Add and manage websites with a single click.
  • Local DNS Tab - Select DNS settings for your websites.
  • Web Applications Tab - Automatically install WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, Magento, phpBB3, and MediaWiki.
  • Proxy Pass Tab - Proxy specific requests to backend Tomcat, IIS, and Nginx servers.
  • Components Tab - Select versions of Apache, PHP, and MySQL to use with a single click.

Manual Installation of Web Applications with WampDeveloper Pro

WampDeveloper Pro can install web applications such as WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, Magento, MediaWiki and phpBB3 automatically. These instructions are for installing web applications manually.

General Process

The general high-level process for installing a web application is:

1. Create website.

WampDeveloper Pro > Websites > Add

2. Open website's DocumentRoot folder.

For example, the website's DocumentRoot is: C:\WampDeveloper\Websites\\webroot.

3. Place web application folder or files into the website's DocumentRoot folder...

If you place the webapp files into folder:
The URL will be:

Or if you place the webapp files into folder:
The URL will be:

4. Use phpMyAdmin (user: root, password: leave as blank / it's not set), create a database and database user/password with all permissions granted on that database, for this application to use.

5. Edit the webapp's main configuration file so it knows which database and database user/password to use. Sometimes you don't have to do this as step #6 will ask for this info via the webpage...

6. Open your browser, go to the URL your webapp has been placed into, the installation will proceed.


You can see the above steps in action:
HowTo Install Wordpress Manually
HowTo Install Drupal Manually