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Setting up your own web hosting opens up a world of opportunity. You can build multiple websites, emails, and databases with vast amounts of storage and a free SSL Certificate. Even better, setting up your own hosting is getting easier and easier to do. Here’s Jonny with the updated Name.com web hosting flow.
Video | How to install your WordPress website
You can own your own content, control your online destiny, and make an incredible website with WordPress. WordPress is by far the most used website builder so it comes with a vast online knowledge base from its millions of users. Also, it’s pretty easy to get started. We actually offer WordPress Hosting that comes with WordPress pre-installed on our hosting. Or you can install your own. Here’s a quick tutorial on how to do that.
Jonny: Here we are again at Name.com tutorials. Let’s install WordPress on our domain name.
So how do we do that? Get to our web hosting dashboard, which would be My Account, and then web hosting in the center column. And then on this page, we’re gonna click our new handy, dandy, WordPress button. Right here. We’re gonna click it.
After clicking on that link, it will take you to this page for the overview of your WordPress and if you click on install, it will take you to this page where you can set up your domain for the WordPress installation. I’m gonna choose HTTP protocol. I’m gonna choose My Domain name which is gonna be Name Tutorials.
Directory. The directory is relative to your domain and should not exist. So to install in this directory just type directory, or d-i-r. To install only in this, leave this empty. So I’m going to leave it empty cause it’s gonna install it on my domain.
Then we have the site name. We call it My Blog. I’m gonna call it Name.com Tutorials. Site description; I’m gonna call it Tutorial Blog. My admin account I’m gonna add… I’m gonna save. I’m gonna remember this information. So this is my admin username that I need to remember to log into my WordPress backend. And then we got my admin password, which is very important.
Got my admin email just in case I need to recover my password login. I’m gonna choose English. I’m not gonna set up any themes or anything yet, I’m gonna do that after I do my installation but once I’m done with all that, I’m gonna click install. It’ll take a minute here while it installs my WordPress to my domain. And then once it’s set up, it’ll give me this information. And it lets me log in to my administrative URL if I need to. And from there, I can start building my WordPress website.
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4 videos to help you set up and use hosting
If you’re new to hosting, learning the ins and outs of getting your website functioning properly can involve a bit of a learning curve. We’ve put together some of our best video tutorials to teach you a few hosting basics so you can get your website up and running.
How to install WordPress through Name.com hosting
Ready to start a WordPress blog? Most people don’t know that it’s simple to set up via third-party hosting, where you have most control over your domain and website.
While our WordPress hosting product is great for beginners, more experienced website creators might want to have the full access that comes with one of our hosting packages. Here’s how to manually install WordPress on your website via an existing hosting plan.
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Ever since we rolled out our Encryption Everywhere program, we’ve been helping new customers secure their websites by including a free SSL certificate with every hosting plan. The good news is that this program has expanded to existing customers as well—so if you are currently hosting an unsecured website with us, encrypt it for free by following these easy steps.
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When you start looking into building your first website, you’ll quickly realize that there are a lot of options available when it comes to choosing a hosting and website creating platform. As in a lot of options. How are you supposed to figure out which product is right for you or your business?