Installing WordPress in Hostinger is very easy, WordPress is a freemium and Open-source content management system, very famous for its flexibility, stability and easy of use. You can install WordPress on your server or CPanel in many different ways, the auto installer provided by every hosting providers to manually installing through an FTP client.
Installing WordPress is very easy even for the beginners, However to easy your work we are sharing the proper way of installing the WordPress on Hostinger in this blog. You do not need to have any technical knowledge to perform this steps.
In this blog, we are installing WordPress on Hostinger shared hosting web hosting plans.
How to Install WordPress with Auto Installer
As I already said you can install WordPress in many different ways and the auto installer is the easiest way to install WordPress in Hostinger.
First, Log in to your Hostinger web hosting account and click Hosting on the main menu as shown in the below picture. As you can see in the below image you will see a list of domain names.
Choose the domain name for which you want to install WordPress and click on the Manage button.
Navigate to Auto Install on the Dashboard of your HPanel (hostinger Panel), which you will see on the web section
In the Auto Installer section, you will see WordPress in the beginning. To install WordPress on your Hostinger, Just click on Select to proceed next
- Type the Administrator Username as of your choice
- Type the Administrative Email address and double check for typo errors
- Type the Administrative Password for WordPress login
- Type the Name of your WordPress site
- For Database leave this option as it is to Create New Database.
- Type the password for your Database and make a note of it for future reference.
- Now Finally click on Install Button to Install WordPress in Hostinger.
Now WordPress will appear on the list of installed application. Now click on your WordPress name or three dots next to your WordPress url and Select manage to go to your newly installed WordPress Dashboard.
Now click on the Edit Website button, that will redirect your current page to your WordPress admin panel.
On the WordPress URL type your Administrative username or Administrative email address and type the password which you given at the time of WordPress installation and click Login button.
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