How To Install WordPress - Complete Tutorial

How To Install WordPress – Complete Tutorial in 2021

Do you want to create a blog on WordPress?

I think this is a complete beginner’s guide for you, which will go a long way in starting your first blog, apart from this, read our post from start to finish to know how to use WordPress.

All this information is free and absolutely free for you, feel free to take action, and start creating something new today.

Let us tell you that this guide is for new bloggers, in this post we will show you how to install WordPress on Bluehost hosting. Trying to learn these, we have shared our exact steps in this post, so that new bloggers can start creating their own blog using WordPress.

I’ve used Bluehost for my sites, and what I love most about Bluehost is that Bluehost never oversells itself.

Besides Bluehost being a simple platform, Bluehost keeps innovating new stuff to make WordPress management easier, and they are one of the best host providers.

Did you know that Bluehost is one of the hosting providers officially recommended by WordPress, which is a big deal in itself?

One thing that I love the most about Bluehost is that they have scaled their servers for optimum performance when running WordPress on Bluehost. For which I want to thank Bluehost.

It is important for you to know that Bluehost offers you unlimited bandwidth, unlimited storage, premium support and everything else at a cheap price that a new blogger always needs to run a successful WordPress blog. Bluehost has made some big improvements in terms of WordPress management, in this, they have included – Free SSL, WordPress auto-install, server security, this will give you free SSL and WordPress will auto-install. High label key server security will be available.

READ ALSO: Difference Between Posts and Pages in WordPress

Create a WordPress Blog on Bluehost – Complete Guide

A self-hosted WordPress platform is one of the best platforms if you are looking to start blogging and earn money from it.

We have shared a complete guide for you on how to start a new blog, and you can refer to that guide to get started.

If you take hosting from Bluehost, then Bluehost provides you with cPanel hosting, which comes with Fantastico. Let us tell you that Fantastico is considered one of the easiest ways to install WordPress, apart from this you can also use the manual WordPress installation method. But in this case, we would suggest you use Fantastico as it has proved to be really easy and effective for the new blogger.

If you are still wondering whether Bluehost will be right for your blog or not, then I suggest that this is the best hosting for you. It is important for you to know that any WordPress web host is somewhat more or less technical. But I can confidently say that Bluehost fulfills these requirements completely. Let me tell you that Bluehost can handle any low-medium traffic site with ease. When you are using a shared/VPS hosting, you should use a WordPress cache plugin.

Let us tell you that some time ago Bluehost has completely redesigned its web-hosting, and made it completely WordPress oriented. Today, Bluehost automatically installs and sets up WordPress for you. If you have followed the above guide, if you are one of those users who just bought hosting + free domain name from Bluehost, it will automatically start installing WordPress for those bloggers.

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Login to your Bluest Dashboard. Thus how the new Bluocent Dashboard looks at 2021:

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You now have to do this to log in to WordPress to log in automatically inside the WordPress blog’s dashboard.

I will bring some posts forward to help you understand the whole process. For now, these screenshots will help you start with WordPress on Bluehost Hosting.

Learn to install WordPress manually on Bluehost:

Have you removed your existing WordPress installation for some reason or do you want to install WordPress on a new domain name (Adon Domain), in this situation, you can follow the steps outlined to do this…

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  1. You first have to log in to your Bluehost Hosting Dashboard
  2. Click on Marketplace
  3. Click Add Website
  4. Enter details

After that, your Next Step is to select the domain on which you want to install WordPress.

You give the name of your domain and then insert her Descriptions

After that you have to do a little weight and click on WordPress within 5 minutes will be installed on your selected domain.

Today you will learn how to install WordPress manually in this post. This is our second step, you may only need it in some specific scenarios and in specific hosting.
It is very useful for you to know that if your WordPress is late automatically, then how can you update the manual and your domain can join it

Can WordPress Be Installed Manually?

Yes, you can absolutely do this, for that you need a few things first. So, here is a list of things that you should be prepared for.

  • Your WordPress software: You have to download the latest version of WordPress from the official download page.
  • In addition, you will need FTP access to your hosting account.
  • cPanel has to be opened to create a database and DB user and password.

Now let’s start the further process and learn how to install WordPress manually

Create one of your databases and its database user:

If you are a new user then maybe you will get a little upset but believe me you will not have any problem in this, just like I tell you, you have to follow and move on chatting and you will see that you can easily will do
Create your first DB and associate a username and password with it.

Let me tell you that this is a setting that you will need to change in wp-config later in this WordPress manual installation tutorial.

 

As far as the hosting company is the Hosting Mysql database wizard with all the Sipenal, which makes it easier than the extent. Here you will have to click on the MySQL Database Wizard under the database then log in here, it is very simple, now you are ready to create your database, start creating your database.

 

Creating a database for WordPress installation

I hope you have created your database now you have to create a username and password in your newly created database. My suggestion for him is the same for you that you create a strong and complex password

 

 

User and pass to WP database

When you click on once you create a user, then the next step will have to give privilege to your users. Then you should click on all the privileges of the newly created user, on the next page and click on the next step.

 

 

Give the privilege to the database user

You have created a database and user name to install your new WordPress. Congratulations

Now you have to make sure that the DB name, DB username and DB password you keep all the details in you in the noteped: Because we will need it in the next step.

Complete WordPress manual Installation Tutorial:

Very good friends now, we will move forward with the manual installation of WordPress. Let’s move forward towards your next step.
In this phase you can either remove the .zip file directly and edit the WP-configurable file, as you can see and upload the full WordPress folder to the root of your domain (Puble_HTML) Apart from this, you can also easily use the CPANEL file manager to remove the contents of the WP-CONFORM file.

I think that our only step is that the WP-configurable content is changing and it is uploading it to the right folder on its FTP. If you do not know how this will be done then you can also make it ahead with this process using free FTP clients like Filezilla.

But in this tutorial will make your best to make it easier, so I will use web hosting CPanel.

Upload WordPress on your CPANEL:

Now you have to go to the File Manager, under your schedule, and after that, you have downloaded the WordPress zip file that you have downloaded. Once you upload the WordPress.zip file, click Remove and remove everything in the Public_HTML directory. (Note: This should be the first WordPress installation on your CPANEL).

If you have an add on this domain, then remove files in the directory added on the domain. Typically Public_html / Addon-Domain Name.

To simplify this step, I’m taking everything under the Public_HTML directory.

Under your cpenal Hosting, you can go to the files> File Manager and browse in the Public_HTML directory and upload the WordPress.zip file.

Let us tell you that usually, a directory name that removes some file will create “WordPress’ and remove all the files under it.

That’s because we are installing on the main domain, (www.domain.com) and not (www.domain.com/wordpress), we will transfer all the files directly to the Director / Public_HTML by using the Move Command.

Let us tell you that using the File Manager / Browse Public_HTML / WordPress, select all the files and click moving to the top, and move all the files to Public_HTML.

 

Editing WordPress WP-Configure File:

Now your next step is to fill the database information in the WP-Configuration file. After that, you can create a copy of WP-config-sample.php and change it on WP-Config.php. Now you, select WP-Config.php and click on Edit:

In this file here, you have some things that you have to change:

// ** MySQL settings - You can get this info from your web host ** //
/** The name of the database for WordPress */
define('DB_NAME', 'database_name_here');

/** MySQL database username */
define('DB_USER', 'username_here');

/** MySQL database password */
define('DB_PASSWORD', 'password_here');

/** MySQL hostname */
define('DB_HOST', 'localhost');

 

After that now you replace the database_ name_here, Username_here, Password_Here with details created in step 1.

DB_HOST usually tells you that there is local hosting in shared hostings like Bluehost, Dreamhost and Hostageter. Once you add those details, click Save Changes.

Execute WordPress Manual Installer Script:

We have so far, all basic settings that we now need to manually install WordPress.

Now ahead, you just have to do so that drive the WordPress install script, give the user and password to your WP-administrator and make some basic settings. The last thing here is that you need to run your WordPress blog and:

Go to this URL=  http://domain.com/wp-admin/install.php

You first select the language of WordPress installation:

On the next screen you have to enter the username and password in your WordPress installation.

After that you avoid giving the administrator as a username and using a complex password. Once everything is set, then you can login to your administrator dashboard by visiting the following link. Change Domain.com to the actual domain name:

http://domain.com/wp-admin

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