Install WordPress using cPanel | GoDaddy
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Install WordPress using cPanel | GoDaddy

Interested in using WordPress to create a blog or website? This video will show you how to install it on a hosting account that includes cPanel. Not sure what cPanel is or if you have it? If you bought a GoDaddy hosting plan for Linux – as opposed to a hosting plan for Windows – then you have cPanel. It is essentially a dashboard to help you manage aspects of your hosting account, including files, settings, and applications like WordPress. To get to your cPanel dashboard, sign in to your GoDaddy account and click My Products [click]. In your products list, locate Web Hosting, and then click Manage [click]. You’ll see a listing of all your hosting accounts and domain names. In this example, Jane has just one: Notice that ‘cPanel’ appears under the Manage button. Click Manage to open cPanel [click]. This is the cPanel dashboard. Now we can install WordPress. Under Web Applications, click WordPress [click]. Installatron opens to an Overview page about WordPress. You don’t need to spend any time here unless you’d like to learn more about WordPress. Let’s keep going and click ‘Install this application.’ [click] The Installatron install wizard will guide you through the installation of WordPress. It provides instructions and helpful information about each field. Here are few important things to remember. First, in the Location section, be sure the domain you want to install WordPress on appears in the Domain field. In our example, Jane has only one domain so it automatically appears in the Domain field. If Jane owned other domains, or had created sub domains [click], they would appear in the drop down menu [click]. Next, leave the Directory field empty, if you want to use WordPress as the website for the domain you selected [click]. Not sure what that means? Let’s say Jane [typing] types “blog” in the Directory field. WordPress will be installed on, and that will be the web address for the page or site she creates with WordPress. But then later Jane decides [typing] she wants to build a full website for her business [typing] and she wants the web address to be She’ll need to either re-install WordPress
on – or move or copy the WordPress installation to her domain. Finally, in the Settings section, you’ll see that an Administrator Username and Administrator Password are provided. Be sure to note them, [typing] or change them to something you’ll remember. When all the fields and options are set the
way you want them, click Install [click]. That’s it! Now you can start creating with WordPress. For help using WordPress, click the link in the details below this video.


  • Devante Young

    This is BS you have to pay for this which would be fine if they told you that at the beginning so another 100 or so out ofyour pocket you can no longer install you have to subscribe.

  • Clifton Carnes

    I used Gocentral and instantly regretted it. I'm trying to find out how to switch over, but cannot find anything on it except how to stop the renewal..

  • Brillo Pad

    If you want to buried in SPAM use GODADDY. Nearly all of the SPAM domains I receive are registered with Godaddy. Are they selling your email address? AND THEY REFUSE TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT

  • Leandro Barbosa

    ! A test of the selected domain has failed (HTTP error: 403).

    Installatron is unable to install on a domain that is not resolving/loading to this web account.

    If this is a new web hosting account, or if this is a newly registered domain, please allow up to 24 hours for the domain to begin working (though usually within a few hours).

    If you're sure that the domain is correctly loading to your web account, contact your web hosting administrator.

    Technical Error: [1] Written file `/home/q86cvuasv7yh/public_html/v2/deleteme.chaiuzow.php' not accessible at

  • Colt Baldwin

    Thank you for posting this fantastic video. It's an easy install. One of my plugins told me, a stranger tried to type some strange with my domain address. Let me give an example. and I guess he tries to delete my website or something. It looks not right to me. So I did already block his IP address and the network range from one of my plugin and Cpanel's IP block. Few hours was quiet then that person is still back and continues to do that.

    How can I stop or block him to do that? I don't want to him destroy my hard work to built a beautiful website.

  • Tyler Harney

    I'm getting a "403 Forbidden

    Request forbidden by administrative rules." after installing. How do I log into wordpress?

  • Helping Hands Make a Difference

    Very helpful video, took me where I needed to get to and the the rest was self explanatory though I am using the updated version. Thank you so much!!

  • Johnny Allen

    Yeah, you go to installatron now.. same place wordpress symbol is in this video.. then you install wordpress from there.

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