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Install WordPress Using the WordPress Toolkit – cPanel

Learn How to Install WordPress Using the WordPress Toolkit – cPanel. WordPress®, a web-based content management system, allows users to easily create a website or blog. WordPress Toolkit is a feature-rich management interface that allows anyone to install, configure, and manage WordPress websites. WordPress Toolkit Deluxe, with tools such as Cloning and Smart Updates, is now included as part of cPanel.


Video – Install WordPress Using the WordPress Toolkit – cPanel


Tutorial – Install WordPress Using the WordPress Toolkit – cPanel

  1. WordPress Toolkit

    Login to cPanel.
    Tutorial: login from the Client Area or from the direct link.

    Find the Domains section and click the WordPress Toolkit link.
    or
    In the search bar at the Top, type WordPress Toolkit and click on the result.

    Extilum cPanel - WordPress Toolkit - install WordPress

  2. WordPress Toolkit Page

    Under the Installation tab, click the Install button.

    Extilum cPanel - WordPress Toolkit - install WordPress

  3. Install WordPress Window

    Choose Installation Options
    General
    Installation path
    Choose domain/subdomain to install the WordPress
    You can specify a directory in which to install WordPress(optional)
    Website title

    Type the title of your site.
    Plugin/Theme set

    You can select a package of plugins and themes to install from a drop-down menu.
    Website language

    Select the language for the site from a drop-down menu.
    Version

    Select the WordPress version you want to install.

    WordPress Administrator
    Username
    Type the username you want to use to log in to the site.
    Password

    Type the password you want to use for the username to log in to the site. Click the eye icon to view the password.
    Make sure that you use a strong password! Alternatively, you can click Generate, and cPanel generates a strong, random password for you.
    Email

    Type a valid email address. Receive update notifications and other news on this email.

    Extilum cPanel - WordPress Toolkit - install WordPress

  4. Install WordPress Window

    Choose Installation Options
    Database
    The database options are for advanced users.
    You do not need to change any of them unless you have a specific reason to do so.
    Database name
    Database table prefix
    Database user bane
    Database user password


    Extilum cPanel - WordPress Toolkit - install WordPress

  5. Install WordPress Window

    Choose Installation Options
    Automatic Update Settings
    Update WordPress automatically
    Choose between: No; Yes, but only minor updates; Yes, all updates
    Update plugins automatically

    Choose between: Defined individually or Forced
    Update plugins automatically

    Choose between: Defined individually or Forced

    Click the Install button.

    Extilum cPanel - WordPress Toolkit - install WordPress

  6. Installation Complete

    Wait for the success message.
    After installation is complete, you can optionally install plugins by clinking the Install Plugins.
    or
    Click the No, thanks button.

    Extilum cPanel - WordPress Toolkit - install WordPress

  7. Plugins

    Choose the Plugin from the list and click the Install button next to the Plugin.

    Extilum cPanel - WordPress Toolkit - install WordPress

  8. Themes

    Click the Themes Tab.
    Install the Themes from the list by clicking the Install button next to the chosen Theme.

    Extilum cPanel - WordPress Toolkit - install WordPress

  9. Installation finished

    Now that WordPress is installed, you can use the WordPress Toolkit to help manage your site.

    Extilum cPanel - WordPress Toolkit - install WordPress

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