How to install WordPress in Cpanel with softaculous
WordPress is still one of the best Content Management Systems (CMS) that millions of bloggers use. There are currently over 75 million sites that use CMS, according to the WordCamp site. So here we can discuss here how to install WordPress in Cpanel with softaculous.
WordPress is a very popular service or blog option and can be used to quickly get your content online. This guide lets you install the WordPress server software via cPanel. The whole procedure is quick, easy to use and customizable to install WordPress manually in Cpanel.
1) Login to your Cpanel account
You can log in to your cPanel account and install WordPress in Cpanel by writing on your browser www.example.com/cpanel assuming that’ example.com’ is the main domain name connected with your hosting account. Then, when you set up an account with them, enter your username and password that you obtained from your web hosting provider as shown.
2) Launch the Installer (WordPress)
Once you have reached the cPanel admin screen, scroll down to cPanel Admin’s Softaculous app installer and click the WordPress icon to start the installer and also detect the text box that says, “Find functions quickly by typing here:“ that is just in the top of the dashboard, Just fill the name ‘ Softaculous’ then click ‘WordPress’ and continue as shown below:
Now simply a page will be open and then click the Install now button.
3) Remove directory and Choose a protocol
Now, You will be taken as shown below to the’ Software Setup ‘ page:
You can end up leaving the textbox blank ‘In Directory’ and then Choose your protocol you wish. “https:/www” is the recommended one.
4) Setup your site setting and Admin account
If you have done all the above processes then now you have to setup your site setting. In a site setting, there are two options first one is Site name in which you can write the name of your website and your name also. Basically this name will be shown on your website an the author name of the blog. The second one is the Site Description in which you can put a brief description or a tagline of your website.
It is highly recommended to change the Admin Username and password to something other than the default one and choose a strong password.
The rest settings you can also change after the installation of WordPress
The installer of Softaculous apps will check the data submitted and install WP on your website
6) Test the Installation
Log in by typing the administrative URL to your WordPress site, e.g. www.example.com/wp-admin/ in-browser URL address bar.
Your setup is now finished and as shown below, you will be taken straight to your WordPress dashboard: