How to Install WordPress on cPanel 2022 – The Easiest Way

by | Aug 17, 2022 | 0 comments

How to Install WordPress on cPanel 2022 – The Easiest Way

by | Aug 17, 2022 | Free Wordpress Plugins | 0 comments

In this video, you will learn how to install wordpress in Cpanel with only a few clicks.

This website you are watching on screen is added to the hosting server, but wordpress is not installed here.

That’s why it looks blank.

To install wordpress into this website, at first we need to go cPanel.

Log in here.

After logging in, you will see this interface.

Find out WordPress manager from here.

Under the software section, you will see wordpress manager by softaculous.

Also, this job can be done by a softaculous apps installer too.

Click on wordpress manager.

On this page, you will see the other websites where wordpress is being used on the same hosting server.

For a new wordpress installation, click on install.

On this page, select HTTPS and choose the domain where you want to install wordpress.

Now clear the directory box.

After doing things right, now set the admin username and password.

Remember these credentials, it is necessary for the wordpress dashboard login.

Now, click the install button, to finish the process.

Wait a while.

Congratulations, wordpress is installed on your website by Cpanel.

Let’s check the website, it’s fine.

You can also log in to the wordpress dashboard with one click.

If you click on return to WordPress management, you will see your website is added here.

That means wordpress is now installed on your website.

So, this is the tutorial you were looking for on how to install wordpress in Cpanel, if you liked this video then feel free to give a thumbs up.


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