How to install the ImageMagick php extension for use on a Windows Server IIS server

If you’re hosting your WordPress site under IIS with PHP7 installed, you probably have the PHP ImageMagick extension that isn’t installed.
To do this, follow the guide…

Download the ImageMagick installer

Visit http://www.imagemagick.org/
Click on “Download” in the menu bar

Then “Windows Binary Releases” in the top links.

Select the “WinXX dynamic at 16-bit-per-pixel component,” make sure you select a dynamic, non-static component. Choose a 32- or 64-bit version depending on the Windows version.

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WordPress under IIS,PHP7 and SQL-Express – Part 1

How do I install WordPress in a Windows Server environment on IIS, PHP7 and SQL-Express?
Follow the guide…


You may find it curious to want to install WordPress under IIS. The majority of the installations of this CMS are done on Linux with the trio Apache, Php and MySql.
For my part mastering the Windows Server environment rather than a server under Unix. I took the opportunity of the existence Project Nami a WordPress Fork for the production of this CMS.

Several software will be required for the installation of WordPress under this environment.
– an IIS web server and Ftp
– Web Plateform Install for PHP7 and external librairy
– SQLExpress in 2012 minimum version
– the WordPress 5.2.2 fork of the Nami Project in 2.2.2 version available on GitHub

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