In order for you to install WordPress you need a Hosting package.
A hosting package allows you to store your files on the web,
now they can be accessible all over the world.
There are many options you can choose from
Blue Host, Go Daddy, Host Gator or Mocha Host.
I personally recommending Mocha Host when you are just starting out.
I’m honestly impressed by their support,
they have a great customer service,
and they are offering good discount on their packages.
Now lets go to mochahost website
from here you can see they are offering WordPress packages
you have many option to choose from
But when I am stating out, I picked from their regular hosting package,
as my goal is to create a flexible website that i can fully edit anything, but then I found out that you can also install WordPress on their regular hosting package.
I choose the Business package because my goal is to set-up a business website, and it can host unlimited domain name on the same hosting package.
Upon finishing your package purchased you will be receiving your log-in URL into the cPanel Thu email.
The cPanel is your access to your files.
Now let’s log-in to the cPanel
The cPanel will be looked like this.
Let’s scroll down and go to Softaculous App Installer
and Find WordPress.
From here we can now click and Install WordPress.
Just click install now
From this screen, you can leave “Choose protocol” by default,
pick your domain name you wish your WordPress to be installed,
you can change the “In Directory” you can change the folder name installation of your wordpress,
you can leave it blank if you want WordPress to be installed directly onto your domain name.
Just fill out the remaining feild,
Choose any theme you want, you can leave it by default, don’t worry you can change it later.
Choose the desired email address where WordPress will send the installation details.
Then Click Install
When succesfully installed You can now log-in into your WordPress Website
And Start customizing it.
That’s it! 🙂
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