How to Install Wordpress in Cpanel

Installing Wordpress in Cpanel

WorldPress is a state-of-the-art blogging platform that focuses on aesthetics, web standards and usability. The installer is integrated into the cPanel Dashboard. When your hosting provider uses cPanel for account management - this part of the tutorial is for you.

Install WordPress in cPanel

WorldPress is a state-of-the-art blogsite that focuses on aesthetic, web standard and ease of use. WorldPress is also one of the most beloved CMS on the web. cPanel contains an automated installation tool that allows you to install WorldPress on your domain for you. In addition, it is possible to install WordPress by hand without activating the cPAddon feature or performing these operations.

From the WordPress Web site, you can continue to browse, install, and install WordPress. See the WordPress Web site for more information in the Setup manual. Notice that the WordPress release used in the following guidelines may not contain the latest available one. View this tutorial to see how to install WordPress with cPanel.

Find a cPAddon using the responsiveness function at the top right of the screen. Locate the Install site installation program menus. Choose WordPress from the Add/Remove Programs drop-down menus, and then click Upgrade cPAddon Config: As soon as the setup upgrade is complete, go to the Manage Site Addons Add-on Tools dialog. Ensure that the checkbox next to cPanel - Blogs - WordPress is selected and click Refresh Moderation.

WordPress is now available to be downloaded to your website with cPanel! You can register your domainname with cPanel from here and look for the Site Software menue. On the Site Software page, click WordPress. Optionally, you can decide whether you want to be notified when automated updating is available for the application from this list.

You want to setup your WordPress install from here, and then click Send Presentation Inquiry. Administrator Users - This is your WordPress administrator account. Administrator Pass - Specify your WordPress administrator passcode. E-mail - The e-mail that is associated with the WordPress administrator username. Install URL - Sets the home page where your WordPress page will be located.

To install it on the higher-level domains, skip this section. Blogs Name - The name of your WordPress page. Spreadsheet preference - This specifies the preference of the base spreadsheet to be used for your WordPress site. DB MySQL - Here you can choose the MySQL DB to be used for your WordPress page.

It is strongly recommended that you create a new data base for each website to prevent your sites from bothering each other. Next, you should login to the WHM control panels again and return to the administration of the site software to authorize the query. You should now have WordPress now!

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