How to Install WordPress From Your cPanel Using Softaculous

This article will give you a step by step guide on how to install WordPress from your cPanel using Softaculous.

Sign into your cPanel and follow these steps:

1) Scroll down to Software/Services and click Softaculous

2) Scroll down to Blogs. Find the WordPress link and click on it

3) Click Install

4) Fill out all of the boxes. For In Directory type the name of a new directory you would like created. By default, the box will be left blank to install the software into your main directory. When you are finished, click Install.

5) You will then get a confirmation page of your installation

This concludes how to install WordPress from your cPanel using Softaculous.

To install WordPress MU, click HERE.

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10 Comments on How to Install WordPress From Your cPanel Using Softaculous

  1. Karly says:

    After the above installation is done, where do you go from here? Is there a step by step process that will help in order to get the themes/template installed and have you on your way to completing your site?

  2. Mary Jane says:

    Why is that when I leave the blank, I mean making the box empty, I could not see my url online. But when I leave the there as the default, its taking me to http://springnotes.net/wp? I want it to be shown as http://springnotes.net only. What should I do?

    • Mike Hoffman says:

      Leaving the folder option completely blank will install WordPress in your root directory. I might suggest going to the “current installations” (icon in the upper right of softaculous) and uninstall all existing copies of WP, and maybe manually delete any stray folders that are leftover. You might be having some kind of strange “interference” from an old installation of WP if you have tried it once or twice already.

      Let me know how it goes.

  3. Diana says:

    Arian,

    Saved a backup of wp from godaddy hosting. How do I upload that to my wp just installed on Arvixe hosting?

  4. emmanuel adaba says:

    I downloaded wordpress version 3.6.1 software purposely to use some plugins therein particularly those that are not found in the dashboard of wordpress.com. Is this the software I’m going to install here and again will there be provision for plugins?

    • Noah S says:

      Hi Emmanuel,

      Do you mean you want to install plugins that do not come with WordPress? That is fine to do with Arvixe. We do recommend that you verify the creator of the plug-ins to make sure they are trust-worthy through.

      Regards.

  5. Noman says:

    Arian,
    Thanks for your step by step guide.very useful tips for wordpress user.what about wordpress security plugin? which plugin will be good.I need your suggestion.thanks again

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