Welcome to “How to Install WordPress”. This the 4th episode of my series tutorial “How to Learn Web Development”. From this part I will start the main guideline of developing a website on WordPress. I hope most of you might have been heard about WordPress. Let’s have a short overview about WordPress.
WordPress: WordPress is an opensource Content Management System (CMS) which is mainly used to develop a website. WordPress is the most popular blogging platform and can be used to develop any kind of website like Blog, News-portal, e-Commerce, Classified, Directory, Social Network, Contraction, Event and all other corporate and industrial purposes. WordPress enables web developers to develop a website very quickly and easily. It has a lot of features which will allow you to make any kind of customization on your website without changing any script. So, even a non-programmer can develop a website using WordPress, if he/she learn the uses of WordPress properly.
Now, let’s see how to install WordPress easily within a few minutes.
Installation: Installing WordPress is very easy and time consuming. There are different techniques and methods of installing WordPress. You may follow anyone which seems easy to you. To install WordPress you just need some tools depending on which method you will follow. You may install WordPress on your hosting and also on your local host computer using some local server tools like WAMP, XAMPP etc. In my case, I will show you how to install WordPress using web hosting (cPanel)
Process: To learn how to install WordPress on your cPanel, watch this video bellow. in this video I’ve shown the step by step process in very simple and easy method. I hope anyone will be able to understand my presentation. However, if you have any further question, feel free to ask me. I’ll try my level best to answer your question. If you find this video helpful, don’t forget to like and share. If you want to get all my tutorials video updates regularly, don’t forget to subscribe my channel. So, let’s watch how to install WordPress on your hosting cPanel.