WordPress is known as the most popular writing a blog service and CMS. New customers are often amazed when we tell them that WordPress is also well known for its easy set up. All best WordPress website hosts allow you to set up WordPress within few clicks. In most conditions, setting up WordPress is easy that takes less than five minutes to complete. In this WordPress set up guide, our objective is to offer a extensive WordPress set up guide for newbies and innovative customers as well.
Well, you have two options:
You can use an automated installation software (usually offered by your web host,like Fantastico or Softaculous).
You can set up it manually.
In this tutorial We will explain how to install WordPress manually.
How to Install WordPress Manually
Personally setting up WordPress using FTP is also known as the 5 minutes set up.
First You have to download the latest version of WordPress. Unzip the file, and use the FTP application to upload the files into your directory.
If you want to set up WordPress in the primary domain, then you want to set up it in your /public_html/ Directory. If you want it in a sub-folder, then upload it in a directory /public_html/foldername/
One you upload the file,Go to your hosting control panel to create a database.In your cPanel find the icon like this.
You will see a field to create a new database. Enter your database name and “click create”
Now after creating your database its time to run the install,Go to the URL where you uploaded WordPress.
Here You will see a page like this:
Click on Button to create a configuration file. The next screen will show you the information you need to have (database name, database username and password, database host, and table prefix). Click on the Let’s go button. Next you will see the form to enter all the information.
Once you have enter the information, click on submit button. It will take you to the installation page, Run the Install.
On the next screen, you will see the form to enter your website’s information. This information would be your site’s title, your username, password, and email.
Just click Install WordPress, and you are fantastic. On the next screen, you will see the Success note with your details. Simply select the sign in button and start blogging.