Step 1: Download latest WordPress
- Download the latest WordPress zip file to your local computer from http://wordpress.org/download/.
- Unzip the downloaded file to a folder on your PC / Mac.
Step 2: Upload WordPress to DigitalBerg Hosting Account
There are two available options for you uploading WordPress to a DigitalBerg hosting account.
- Upload via FTP
- Upload via File Manager
Step 3: Create MySQL Database and User on your DigitalBerg Cpnale
WordPress stores its information in a MySQL database. Therefore, a database will need to be created.
- Log into cPanel.
- In the Databases section box, click the MySQL Database Wizard.
- For Step 1: Create A Database, enter the database name (Prefix: digitalb_) and click Next Step.
- For Step 2: Create Database Users, enter the database user name and password and click Create User.
- For Step 3: Add User to the Database, click the All Privileges checkbox and click Next.
- For Step 4: Complete the task, make note of the database name, username and password.
Step 4: Configure wp-config.php in WordPress uploaded Folder
WordPress pulls the database information from wp-config.php file contain user and password. this must be completed to ensure you added correct databse user and password you have created on step 3
The wp-config-sample.php file can be found in File Manager in the folder where WordPress is installed. To modify the file:
- Log into cPanel.
- In the Files section, click the File Manager icon.
- In the pop-up box, select Web Root and check the box for Show Hidden Files (dotfiles), then click Go.
- From the left navigation menu in File Manager, click public_html to expand the folder.
- Click the folder containing the WordPress installation.
- On the right side of the File Manager screen, locate the wp-config-sample.php file.
- Right click on the file, select Rename and change the name of the file to wp-config.php. Click the Rename File button.
- Right-click on the wp-config.php file and select Code Edit. When the file opens, look for the following information:
define('DB_NAME', 'database_name_here'); /** MySQL database username */ define('DB_USER', 'username_here'); /** MySQL database password */ define('DB_PASSWORD', 'password_here');
- Replace database_name_here with the name of the database you created on step3
- Replace username_here with the username of the database you created.
- Replace password_here with the password of the database that you created.
- When done editing, click the Save Changes button, then close the file.
Step 5: Run the Installation from URL
Open a new browser tab on chrome or IE and go to the installation page to run the installation script. Depending on where you installed the script, Mostly the following URLs:
Be sure to replace yourdomain.com in the example above with your actual domain name.
Welcome page should appears “Welcome to the famous five minute WordPress installation process!”
Step 6: Complete the Installation before site information
On this page, fill in the fields for:
- Site Name
- Password (needs to be entered twice)
- Email address (login information will be sent to this email address)
- Select whether or not to have the search engines index the site
Click Install Now, and you should be taken to the final screen, showing the following message: Success! WordPress has been installed.