MAC differences

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Anasol / 5 Points
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2012-12-26 4:17 pm EST
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Trying to get started to build a website using my Mac but guidelines and instruction on getting started do not seem to apply. For example, trying to install WordPress but it is not in my preferences on C-panel. It does not send me to indicated panel for setting it up.
Are these guidelines exclusively for PCs? Hope not!!

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arnelc
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13,025 Points
2012-12-26 9:53 pm EST
Hello Anasol,

First, Wordpress is an internet application that does NOT differentiate on the platform it is using. So, if you're using a PC to launch it or Mac - it doesn't make a difference.

If you need help getting started with Wordpress, please review this installation guide:

How to Install using Softaculous

This walks you through using Softaculous. When you get into the application for Softaculous (in your Cpanel) you will see a Wordpress under Blogs. However, you can also find the shortcut for installing Wordpress in the Cpanel under the section that should be labeled Top Applications (typically a little further down the screen under Preferences).

The installation procedure from Softaculous will walk you through the process.

If you have any further questions, please contact technical support or leave a comment at the bottom of the page.

Regards,

Arnel C.

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