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hello everyone today we'll be installing WordPress on our Namecheap hosting account we've already opened the welcome email and we'll begin by clicking on the link for the cPanel we'll login and here you can see the Namecheap cPanel we'll scroll down to software services and click on the icon for Softaculous here you can see the Softaculous apps installer we'll go to WordPress and click on the install button and here you can see the form will need to complete in order to install WordPress we'll begin with a selection of a protocol the default here HTTP is fine there are other versions available should you require them choose domain the domain name is correct in directory this is an important selection as this tells WordPress where to install in what folder as we will be using WordPress as the content management system for the entire website we'd like to install it in the root directory so we will delete the WP doing this will ensure that WordPress is the content management system for not only the entire site but the home page as well database name the default here is fine table prefix the default is fine site name we'll name our site NCM test site site description we'll use test site for Namecheap enable multi site as we only require one installation of WordPress we're going to leave that unchecked admin username the default here is fine admin password we'll paste the secure password here admin email the default is fine select language English is fine limit login attempts this is an excellent plug-in I highly recommend it helps to thwart hackers so we will check that off next we'll take a look at the Advanced Options disable update notifications we're going to leave that unchecked as we would like to be informed when there is an update available or to upgrade we'll check that off that'll save time auto grade WordPress plugins we'll check that off as well auto upgrade WordPress themes we'll check that off automated backups will select once a week backup rotation this is the number of backups that are kept on the server for is fine the next step is to select a theme as we will be using this site only for testing purposes we'll leave the default theme next we'll click the install button and as you can see WordPress is installing and the message tells us that the software was installed successfully next we'll click on the link and login to our new WordPress site and here you can see our new WordPress dashboard from here we can control all aspects of our WordPress site to create a new post we simply go to plus new post and to her title for our post enter the content and click the publish button but we won't be creating a new post today we'll simply take a look at our new site by using the visit site link at the top of the dashboard and here you can see that WordPress has been successfully installed this is our new WordPress site this is the default hello world post we can delete that using the WordPress dashboard we can also change the appearance of the site by selecting a different theme and that can also be accomplished using the WordPress dashboard I'd like to thank you for watching this video and invite you to visit NCM online for web hosting reviews coupon codes and more .

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This video tutorial will show you exactly how to install WordPress on your Namecheap shared hosting account using the cPanel control panel and the Softaculous applications installer. For NCM Online's Namecheap web hosting review and uptime/page-load-speed test results, please visit the link above.

 

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