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Guidelines: How to install WordPress on Bluehost cPanel?

Guidelines: How to install WordPress on Bluehost cPanel?
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Now when you signed up for hosting with Bluehost, we had to go to the previous articles. Now next step is to install the WordPress on Bluehost cPanel.

The easiest way to create a website is to use a website builder tool like WordPress, but how do I install WordPress on Bluehost? I am going to answer this question.

So WordPress is by far the most popular option, WordPress is free, easy to learn and easy to use, and well supported, Learn how to install WordPress on Bluehost! For this guide, I’m fully focused on WordPress, but Weebly, Joomla and Drupal are also popular WordPress options.

If you are thinking of how to set it up, then the process of setting up any of them is very similar, so to install WordPress on the Bluehost guide, it doesn’t matter which software you choose.

But I would like to say that the best and easy to work is that WordPress is only better if you have ready to install WordPress on Bluehost Cpanel, then come on.

How to Install WordPress on Bluehost cPanel?

You will find several icons to do different things on your hosting account dashboard (cPanel), you will not need to use 95% of them so that you can safely ignore them.

Go to the Bluehost Account Manager login page and log in using the domain and password associated with your hosting account.

You will be taken directly to your account cPanel page and then scrolled to the website section on your cPanel Dashboard.

Click to the WordPress installing

The image shown above is required to click on the WordPress icon. Now you will see the Bluehost Marketplace free instant installation screen for WordPress, click the “Start” button to continue.

On the next screen, you will be asked to choose a domain name where you want to install WordPress, select your domain from the drop-down field, and then click on the next step.

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Now you have to enter a password for your website’s name, admin username and your website, if you need, you can change them later in WordPress settings.

You also have to check all the checkboxes on the screen and then click on the ‘Install’ button to continue.

After clicking on the Install button, WordPress will start installing. In the meantime, it will show you some website templates that you can install on your site.

You do not have to do this right now because we will show you ways to find and install free WordPress templates on your website later on this website.

Once the installation finishes, you will see a successful message in the header, you will now have to click on the “Installation Complete” link, and it will take you to the screen with your WordPress login URL and password.

WordPress login

Congratulations! You have created your first WordPress website, now you can go to the WordPress login page and your login URL will look like this.

http://www.yourdomain.com/wp-admin

You can log in to your WordPress site using the first registered username and password. This means that you do not need to click on the WordPress by going to your Bluehost cPanel.

When you want to go to your WordPress site, then use the above URL, it will ask direct users and passwords from copy paste on your browser. Also, take care that these users and passwords do not share with anyone Otherwise it may be possible to get hacked.

Now you can start the journey of writing your blog. First, you need to change the themes. If you want to change WordPress themes, please visit the link below.

So you are fully prepared from these articles and do not forget to share this post on social media.

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Dharmesh

I am the proprietor of Dharmesh and Web Blogger Tips. This blog that was created in 2018. I started webbloggertips in the form of passion, and now it gives strength to new people and helps fundamental elements of blogging to learn from my blog. if using social media, then Facebook, Google+ and Twitter to Like and Follow.

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