How to install WordPress step by step
Although installing WordPress manually is not a very complicated task. But when you want to install WordPress manually. Then it is important to manually create a new database through cPanel because the name of the database is not specified. You Can not Install WordPress Manually.
Download to install WordPress
To install WordPress manually, first of all, we have to download the WordPress files from the WordPress website on our Local Computer and to download the latest version of WordPress, please follow us on http://wordpress.org/download/ As a result, WordPress’s website is displayed in front of us as follows:
After clicking the button “Download WordPress” displayed on this website, the latest version of WordPress files is downloaded as a .zip file.
Upload WordPress files
When the files are fully downloaded, after that we have to open the Web Root (/public_html/www/) Folder File Manager by logging in to Provided cPanel through our Hosting Provider, which looks as follows:
While clicking on the “Upload” Icon to install WordPress, we show the new Webpage as follows:
Here we select the .zip file of Downloaded WordPress files in the “Select File” button in the dialog box which is clicked. As a result, after uploading our WordPress files, some of our web server’s /public_html/www/folder appears in the following manner:
Extract Zip Files of WordPress to install WordPress
Selecting this .zip file will click on the “Extract” icon, which appears as shown above, as follows: “Extract” is the Dialog Box Display, where we have to specify the path where we want to extract our .zip file. Are:
Since we want to extract your .zip file in the “/ public_html” folder itself, so we have to click on the “Extract File (s)” button without having to change anyway.
As a result, the selected .zip file gets extract and a Folder of all the Extracted Files appears to us in a manner similar to the following:
However, if we want, we can install WordPress in this sub-folder also, and in a sub-folder, you can access Installed WordPress in the same manner as the Top Level Domain do the Installed Website.
But because we want to use WordPress as our main framework, so we have to move all the files in this WordPress folder into the “/ public_html” folder and for this to work, we can access the “WordPress” folder as shown below. Firstly, the “Select All” option is to select all the files in the Folder by clicking on:
And then clicking “Move File” Icon is clicked as follows:
After clicking on this option, we have to make “/public_html” by changing the “/public_html/WordPress” path that appears in the Dialog Box Display as shown below. Because we want to move all the files in this folder right here.
By modifying this path as soon as we click on the “Move File (s)” button, all selected Files move to “/public_html” folder. As a result, now we can install our WordPress Platform for your Top Level Domain.
But there is still a work to do before installation and that’s the job, to create a new database, as long as we do not create a new database, we do not install our WordPress Framework as a platform for your website. In the process of creating a new database, we have discussed the detailed discussion under the “Database Management with cPanel” section in the last chapter, in which we created a new database called codingkida_newdb, and we believe this section of this chapter. That is our WordPress Use the same database for installation of the ss framework.
Since now we have WordPress Software, which is Extracted in our Top Level Domain Root Folder and “/public_html” and also has Manually Created Database named codingkida_newdb, so if we now have our top Level Domain http:// www. Enter top-level domain. Ext by typing in the address bar of the Web Browser, then we have the WordPress Installation Message Show as follows:
Configure WordPress files
On this Installation Screen, we have to click on the button “Create a Configuration File”, which creates a configuration file called wp-config.php in the WordPress Installation Folder, which requires the WordPress request via Web Browser Is to Fulfill. As a result, we have the next Installation Screen Show as follows:
After clicking on “Let’s go!” Button appearing at the end of this message. We have the next Screen Show as follows for installation of our WordPress. In which we have to fill Appropriate Information:
As soon as the different information about the form appearing on this screen is filled and clicked on the “Submit” Button. We have the next Screen Show as follows, which gives information about that. WordPress is fully ready for its installation Ready From:
And as soon as we click on the “Run the install” button that appears on this screen. We have the next WordPress Form Display as follows. By specify the Basic Information of our Newly Creating Website, “Install WordPress” Button But click on:
As soon as we click on the “Install WordPress” Button to install WordPress. The WordPress Framework is installed for our Top Level Domain and the information. We receive as a Success Information is as follows:
Clicking on the “Log In” button here we arrive at the login page of our WordPress Framework. Where we have to specify the login information as follows, which we specified in the previous form of WordPress Installation:
As soon as the Credentials of your Newly Installed WordPress. The system is specified in the form above and clicked on the “Log In” Button. We come to the WordPress Dashboard as shown below. From where we will see Frontend’s Content and Look and Feel of our website. Very easy to control:
Getting access to the Dashboard means that you install WordPress absolutely correct. And you can now choose the Look and Feel of your Website. And you can create content as Page and Post for your website. To see who your Visitor can use your Top Level Domain in the address bar of your web browser.