If you are into online businesses and you just bought hosting and you don’t know how to set it up, you are on the right place.
I will show you step-by-step process on how to install WordPress on FastComet hosting.
This process is short, WordPress is one click installation and it will take you only 5-7 minutes to do it.
WordPress is free software and they will never charge you any money.
Step 1: Go to your FastComet cPanel
First thing first you have to login to your FastComet hosting account.
I will show you step-by-step installation on my Demo account.
After you login into your hosting account, click on Products -> My products.
Now click on View Details button.
When you land on your Details page scroll down to Log in To options.
Now you will click on cPanel button and you will land on your cPanel options.
After that, scroll to the bottom of cPanel page and you will find your Softaculous installer.
This is one click CMS installer, and you need to click on WordPress icon to install it on your site.
WordPress is free software and I will show you how to install it in 2 minutes.
Click on blue WordPress icon and it will take you to new WordPress page.
After you land on WordPress installation page you will click on blue Install now button.
Now you have to make some changes to your WordPress default installation.
You can just copy my installation settings (just change site name and site description to match yours).
In Choose protocol field choose Http://.
In Choose domain choose your domain name.
In Directory: Delete everything and leave empty field.
Now just add your site name and site description.
You will have to choose your Admin username, Admin password and Admin mail.
I would replace Admin username with some other username (like your name, or a nickname).
Choose strong password (at least 8 characters).
Enter your e-mail address so WordPress can send you notifications from your website.
You don’t have to change anything on Select plugin, Advance options and Select theme part.
Now you just have to click blue Install button and your WordPress is installed, And you are done.
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