Introduction

WordPress is one of the most popular Content Management Systems (CMS) that is used by millions of bloggers. According to Wikipedia, more than 30% of the top ten million websites run on WordPress.

WordPress has great features and wide support for developers since it was first released in May 2003. You can use WordPress attractive themes to run any kind of website including personal blogs, portals, and online shops.

WordPress maintains a central repository for its latest software releases at www.wordpress.org. You can download and set up the software manually or use an automatic script installer like softaculous.

In the first guide, we will show you how to use softaculous to set up WordPress on your site via Cpanel. The entire procedure is fast, user-friendly and intuitive.

Prerequisites

  • A domain name e.g. www.example.com
  • Web hosting account that supports Cpanel, PHP and MySQL
  • Cpanel username and password.

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  • Duration : 10 week
  • Enrolled : 4536
  • Re-take Course : 0
  • Assessments : Self
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2 Comments

    1. Most Cpanel Hosting come with Softaculous, look around your Cpanel for it and if its not provided, then find out from your hosting provider why yours is missing.

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