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hi the steven johnson with wordpress hosting reviews calm and today we're installing wordpress at bluehost using simple scripts simple scripts is a one-click installer created by Bluehost to help you get wordpress up and going and one easy step so let's go ahead and get started before you begin you will need a Bluehost account which goes without saying and then you'll need a blue host username and password which will most likely be your domain name and then a password given to you by Bluehost and the last item you will need is your DNS configured and this simply means having your domain name pointed towards the blue host servers if you aren't sure how to do this Bluehost technical support will be happy to help you out step 1 login to the Blue Hose control panel you want to go to Bluehost calm and look in the upper right-hand corner for the control panel login go ahead and click on this button step to Bluehost control panel enter your domain name and password in some cases you'll use a blue host username once you have entered this information in click login step 3 launch simple scripts now that you're in the blue host control panel on the cpanel tab scroll down to you see software services and underneath there you'll see an icon for simple scripts go ahead and click this icon step 4 select WordPress to install under blogs you will see WordPress and at the time of this recording WordPress three two one is the most recent in the future there will be a higher number you should install the most recent version of WordPress step 5 start the WordPress installation you are now at the install WordPress screen go ahead and click the install button step 6 enter the WordPress information and database details first you'll want to select which version of WordPress to install at the time of this recording three two one is the most current version so we'll leave it the way it is next you'll decide where you want it to install most likely you want to install it in the top level directory unless there's a reason to install it into a sub folder by installing on the top level it just makes it simpler and less confusion in the future next you want to give your site a name so enter in two or three words that are human readable to describe your site after that we want to enter a wordpress username and password we have entered in admin which is the standard WordPress administrator account but you can also add in whatever you want to which would be a little bit more secure after you've done that you want to click automatically create a new database you do have the ability to specify your own database but that's a little bit more complicated and outside the scope of this install guide the next part you want to agree the legal information so read through the GPL license and then click that box and now you want to click the complete button step 7 wordpress install confirmation Bluehost is now installing WordPress for you and you will see it be installed once it's done you'll be presented with the URL of your new WordPress site as well as the URL to get to the administrator interface of your new website along with the WordPress administrator username and password that you selected additionally this information will be emailed to the email address that is associated with your blue host hosting account step 8 view your new WordPress site so let's go to your domain com and into the browser and you will see your brand new WordPress site so congratulations you have it up and running step nine is to log into WordPress you now want to go to your domain name / WP admin and enter in the WordPress administrator username and password that we created earlier in this guide and click login step 10 congratulations you've ever done you've seen the front end of your site as well as been able to log into the backend of your new WordPress blog so now it's time to start adding plugins making posts and configuring it the way you want all right so that's how we install WordPress at bluehost using simple scripts if you found this install guide helpful please like it here at YouTube and share it with your friends once you have some experience hosting at bluehost please leave a review at WordPress hosting reviews com it really helps the site and helps others learn what the best hosts for their next blog is thanks and good luck .

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This guide helps you install WordPress 3+ at Bluehost using their 1-click installer SimpleScripts. Installing WordPress is easy this way, but if you are looking for how to configure the database try the standard install method, since we did not cover database installation in this guide.

 

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