How to Install Self Hosted WordPress

tonjoostudio.com 14 Jun 2017 < 1 Menit 0

Install Self Hosted WordPress – WordPress Self Hosting is a free CMS that is used to create a Website Blog easily.WordPress self hosting can be downloaded at http://wordpress.org.

To use WordPress Self Hosting it is well necessary Domain Name and Hosting itself to store all the WordPress website data to be created.

Advantages of Using Self Hosted WordPress

The advantages of using WordPress Self Hosting are:

  • Can freely install various Plugins available on WordPress.org and others
  • It has a wide variety of themes
  • Free to Customize the files contained in our WordPress website
  • Free server setup tailored to the needs of our Website

Next let’s try practice How to Install WordPress Self Hosting:

How to Install Self Hosted WordPress Website

Here’s how to install self hosted WordPress website:

1. Login to cPanel website. Example: http://yourdomain.com/cpanel, after successful login, Select Softaculous > WordPress.

Install Self Hosted WordPress

2. While on the WordPress page select Install > Install Now

Install Self Hosted WordPress

3. Next fill the required form as below

Install Self Hosted WordPress

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Have You Successfully Installed Self Hosted WordPress

Okay if you have to fill out the WordPress configuration form, then click Install and wait for the installation process of WordPress Self Hosting. Congratulations you have successfully installed self-hosting WordPress with ease.

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Read related articles about WordPress, WooCommerce, plugins, and other website development topics by Moch. Nasikhun Amin on the Tonjoo Studio blog.

Last Updated on June 21, 2024 by Nasikhun A.

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