- log into cPanel for your domain and search for the Site Software menu. You can use the find feature to make this easy.
- From the Site Software menu, select WordPress. You can also choose to receive notifications when automatic updates are available for the program from this menu.
- From here, you’ll want to set up your WordPress install, and then click Submit Moderation Request.
- Admin User - This is your WordPress administrative user.
- Admin Pass - Set your WordPress administrative user password.
- Email - The email address associated with the WordPress admin user.
- Installation URL - This is setting the home page your WordPress site will reside at. If you’d like to install it on the parent domain, leave this area blank.
- Blog name - The name of your WordPress site.
- Blog description - A quick line to describe your new site.
- Table Prefix - This determines the database table prefix to be used for your WordPress site. You can leave this as default, or edit it for easier identification later.
- MySQL DB - Here you can select the database to be used for your WordPress site. We highly recommend creating a new database for each site, to avoid your websites interfering with one another.
- On the following page, click Submit Request.
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