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In the previous tutorial, we showed you how to install WordPress on an Addon domain. As we continue our Getting started in Wordpress series, this tutorial will guide you through installing Wordpress on your Temp URL. WordPress is "domain specific" software. This means that WordPress will not work correctly unless you access it over the domain name you installed it for. For example, if you're moving WordPress from another host to Web Hosting Hub, you'll want to first transfer and test your WordPress site on our servers. We recommend that you test your website using your temporary URL.
Before continuing, you'll need to know what your temporary URL is. Please reference our How do I find my account's technical information in AMP? article for more help with finding your Temporary URL, which should look similar to http://ehub22.webhostinghub.com/~userna5
Let's add two new lines just below that line and enter in the following information (replacing http://ehub##.webhostinghub.com/~username with your actual temporary URL):
Your updated wp-config.php file should look similar to this:
You are all done!
When you are done testing your site using the temporary url, you'll want to edit your wp-config.php file again and remove the changes that you made. Once you have pointed your domain to our Nameservers and have allowed 4-24 hours for DNS to propagate, simply edit the wp-config.php file and remove the code we added above.
The next set of tutorials in our Wordpress Education channel will cover basic WordPress features.
|1.||What is WordPress?|
|2.||What can I Build with WordPress?|
|3.||How to Install WordPress through your cPanel|
|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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