[size=20pt]Downloading and uploading WordPress
After registration, we need to download WordPress, upload it to our web server and extract it. Get the newest version. Login to your hosting account, and open cPanel.
Open the File Manager. (Select “Home Directory” and click “Go” in the popup)
Click the “Upload” button. A new screen will open where you click “Choose File” and select the downloaded WordPress. When the upload completes, click “Back” on the bottom of the page.
You will see a wordpress-#.#.#.zip file. Click on it (1), and click Extract (2).
In the field, enter “/public_html” (3).
Open the public_html folder, and wordpress folder inside it. Click on “Select All” (1) then on “Move” (2) and enter “/public_html” (3).
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Open your web page (what you entered in domain name), and if you have done everything correctly, a page saying that wp_config.php is missing will appear.
[size=20pt]Setting up MySQL users for the WordPress configuration
Now we just need to set up a database and username for WordPress. Login to your hosting account, and open cPanel.
Open MySQL Databases.
Create a database.
Create a user
Add the user to the database
with all the privileges (1) and click “Make Changes” (2).
[size=20pt]Entering the configuration
We’re ready to enter the configuration in WordPress. Open your website and click “Create a Configuration File”. then “Let’s Go” and..
In the next step enter you site information and administrator username and password. Voilà your website. [IMG]http://aidvu.x10.mx/wp-includes/images/smilies/icon_smile.gif
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