Instructions on how to install WordPress when using cPanel

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Instructions on how to install WordPress when using cPanel - In the previous article, we showed you how to install WordPress on a local server. Now one step forward. Let's say you've just purchased a new host using cPanel and want to install WordPress on it. There are many ways to do this, they are all quite easy and made simple. Let's start with QuickInstall, this is an application within cPanel that installs software and services easily.

Install WordPress with QuickInstall

To follow this guide, you need cPanel information from the service provider and you have access to your cPanel account. Once that is complete, go ahead and log in to your cPanel account and scroll down for until you find a section called Software / Services. If you find it, look for an app called QuickInstall.


When selecting the application, you will be navigated to the QuickInstall dashboard. There are a lot of software or services installed, but we'll only learn how to install WordPress, so don't bother with any other software listed there. So go ahead and choose WordPress from the left side in Software.


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At this point, you will see a description of what WordPress is, the current version that will be installed on the server, the installation size, and the official WordPress website. Click Continue.

Now you will have to choose a domain name to install WordPress or install it on a subdirectory by selecting the text field after the selected domain name. Then enter your Email Address, Post Title, User Name, First Name and Last Name in the fields below and press install. It should not take time until it is completed. Once installed, a new section will appear containing your login information and the WordPress site, you will also receive an email notification including URL, username and password.


Depending on the provider, the plugin is automatically installed into WordPress. When it's a hosting plugin to help website load speed.

So we installed WordPress, but we haven't finished yet.

Password changes are generated automatically

The most important step is to change the password after installing WordPress! To do this, log into the website and go to profile. It is done in many ways. Select the bar at the top of the page and click the username at the top right. Or normally when you log in, you will be redirected to the Admin console, where you access Users -> Profile.


When you are at the profile settings page, you need to find About yourself. There you will find the Profile info box and the new password section. Enter the new password twice when requested; Consider the power indicator as well. The stronger the password, the better!

And at this point, we're done! You have installed new WordPress with cPanel on hosting service. Don't forget to check our tutorial on writing articles. If you have any questions or suggestions on this topic, don't hesitate to leave a comment below! We will try to resolve your questions.

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