I am following this tutorial:
After installing Nginx, WordOps will display your login credentials to access to WordOps backend. You haven't saved them ? Don't worry, you can change them at anytime with the command :
wo secure --auth
You will be prompted for a username and a password. If empty, WordOps will use the default username set during the installation and will generate a random password.
You should now be able to access WordOps backend on https://YOUR.SERVER.IP:22222 or https://yourserver.hostname.tld:22222. You will probably be warned about the SSL certificate, but you can learn how to secure WordOps backend with a valid SSL certificate in the next part.
Securing WordOps backend¶
To secure WordOps backend with a valid SSL certificate, you just have to create a basic site with the domain/subdomain of your choice. WordOps will automatically use the first SSL certificate issued to secure the backend.
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wo site create server.domain.tld -le
Then you will be able to access to the backend with : https://server.domain.tld:22222
On these two steps, how should I assign a local domain when I step it on my local PC please?
otherwise, I can not create a site at this step:https://docs.wordops.net/getting-started/creating-sites/