What Is Cpanel And How To Use It
Cpanel is going to be our main tool when managing our webpage and content in it.
Uploading Files
Installing Wordpress
SSL And you
Other information and features of Cpanel
What Is Cpanel And How To Use It
Cpanel is going to be our main tool when managing our webpage and content in it. We can use it to upload files using Web panel or create FTP accounts to do so remotely, create our e-mail and adjust various access settings to our webpage.
Installing Wordpress
A very popular format for a webpage these days is Wordpress, with the Wordpress application in cPanel setting up your Wordpress site has never been easier, these are the steps to get you up and running with it.
First you need log-in into your Cpanel and then you can follow the steps below:
Step 1: Click on WordPress at Featured Applications.
Step 2: Click on Install this application Step
Step 3: Select the domain, subomain or subfolder where you want to install WordPress.
Step 4: On the same page as Step 3, make sure to type in the new Administrative Username, Password and Email.
Step 5: Click Install on the button right corner of the page.
Step 6: Once installation complete, you will see your new WordPress site listed My Applications
Step 7: Open your domain in private browser or you can go to your domain.com/wp-admin and login with your credentials
Once logged into cPanel you want to go look at applications, sometimes Wordpress will be listed in a Featured Applications area, so it should be easy to find. Click on Wordpress and it'll bring up additional information, here you will want to select "Install this Application". The next steps allows you to select the domain/subomain or folder where you want to install Wordpress. On this same page you can setup your Admin username, password and email keep these somewhere safe.
Now all you need to do is click install on the right hand corner of the page. Once installation is complete you will see Wordpress listed in "My Applications".
You can open the admin panen for Wordpress by going to yourdomain.com/wp-admin
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