In the previous article in our Getting started in Wordpress series we explained the site structure. Now we will show you how to log into your WordPress Dashboard to begin building your website. Logging into WordPress is separate from logging into your cPanel. You will use a different URL and you will use a different username and password (unless you set up WordPress with the same credentials as your cPanel).
If you installed WordPress on a new domain or on a domain that is not yet pointed to Web Hosting Hub, you will need to point the domain to our Nameservers and either wait 4-24 hours for DNS to propagate or make a change to your WordPress configuration to work through your temporary URL. Once the domain is pointed to our Namesevers and DNS has propagated, you can then remove the temporary URL work around from your WordPress configuration file.
In the next tutorial we will show you how to Write a WordPress Blog Post.
|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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