In the previous tutorial we showed you how to configure your homepage. As we continue our Getting started in Wordpress series, this guide will show you how to install Wordpress as an Addon domain. Whether you use WordPress on your primary domain or not, you can also install WordPress on an Addon Domain in your account. If you need any assistance setting up an Addon Domain on your account, please read our article on adding an Addon Domain.
The basic steps are all the same as installing WordPress on your primary domain, but we will go over them again just to make sure nothing is missed. First, log into your account's cPanel. Once you have logged into your cPanel, click on "WordPress" under Top Applications as per the screenshot below:
This will bring you directly to the WordPress section in Softaculous. You will see the following screen asking for information to continue with the installation:
The process to install WordPress will complete after you have selected the final INSTALL button at the bottom of the screen. Remember that you specified the Administrator user name and password. Typically, the login will be youraddondomain.com/wp-admin, as any additional installations of WordPress will have their own separate Login Page and Dashboard.
In the next tutorial, we will show you how to install Wordpress on your Temp URL.
|1.||What is WordPress?|
|2.||What can I Build with WordPress?|
|3.||Installing WordPress from your cPanel via Softaculous|
|4.||Installing WordPress using Softaculous|
|5.||Explaining the WordPress Site Structure|
|6.||Logging into your WordPress Dashboard|
|7.||How to Write a WordPress Blog Post|
|8.||How to Create a WordPress Page|
|9.||How to Configure your Home Page in WordPress|
|10.||How to Install WordPress on an Addon Domain|
|11.||Installing WordPress on your Temporary URL|
|12.||How to Install Wordpress Manually|
|13.||Manually Uninstalling Wordpress|
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