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How to install WordPress in CPanel?

WordPress is a content management system (CMS) that enables you to create a website or blog from scratch or to improve an existing website.

It is free and open-source software released under the GPL. WordPress is used by millions of people all over the world, including many of the world’s most popular websites.

Which hosting is good for WordPress?

There are many hosting services that provide good services for WordPress hosting. But, here Hostinger is the winner. If you are new to WordPress or Website development then Hostinger can be the best hosting service for you. It is cheap fast and affordable for beginners.

Steps to install WordPress in C pannel

Step 1:- Login to your hosting C-Panel

In this article, I will use Hostinger. Go to

Login to the Hostinger account. After logging in click on hosting. (Refer below image).

install WordPress in CPanel - Hostinger login
Just after login

Step 2:- Click on hosting from the menu bar

Click on hosting
Click on add website if you have not added any website to the hosting

If you have already added the website to the hosting then it will be shown below.

Step 3:- Select any domain on which you have to install WordPress.

I have selected(Click on manage) domain on which I will install WordPress.

Scroll to bottom

Search WordPress in the search box as shown in the below image.

Click on WordPress

Click on Install. Now A popup dialog will be shown as below.

Enter website title, administrator email, administrator username, and administrator password.

Select https:// from the installation path if SSL is installed on the selected domain.

Click on Next to install WordPress.

Another popup will be shown below.

Click on the Install button to install wordpress. It will take some time and then the WordPress CMS will be installed on your domain.

To check whether WordPress is installed successfully on the domain or not. Go to your In my case, I will open It will show the WordPress login screen.

Enter login details and login to your WordPress website.

After login, you will see the WordPress dashboard.

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