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Step by Step to Install WordPress Manually

Posted In Webmaster, Wordpress tips - By Techtiplib on Monday, June 25th, 2012 With No Comments »

Generally each hosting provider will provide auto installer tool like Fantastico De Luxe, Softaculous and QuickInstall, so with this tool you can easily to install WordPress. I think you will get a problem, if the hosting provider doesn’t provide auto installer tool, so you must install WordPress manually.

If you haven’t experience to install WordPress manually, here I will share the steps to install WordPress manually. Before you start to install the WordPress manually, please download first the latest WordPress version, for example I downloaded WordPress version 3.4 you can download it at http://wordpress.org/download/.

After download the WordPress file is complete, please follow the steps below:

  • Please login to your Cpanel account then upload all WordPress file in “Public Html” folder, you can upload it using “File Manager” or using a FTP tool like FileZilla.
  • After upload the WordPress file is complete then you must create a new database and SQL user:

1. Please select “MySQL® Data base” menu
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2. Create new database
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3. Create new user SQL
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4. Add user SQL to database
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Please ceklist ALL PRIVILEGES then click Make Changes button

  • Now you are ready to continue next steps, please type your domain name on your browser, then please click Create a Configuration File button.
  • You will see Let’s go button please click it, then please fill the form according your database name and SQL user. Once the form is complete please clickSubmit button.
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  • You will go to install page, please fill the form as you like then click Install WordPress button.
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You are success to install WordPress manually, now you can login to your WordPress admin.

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