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I use Namecheap for both domain and hosting, you can check out www.namecheap.com for a domain...its very affordable let’s get started! The first thing you want to  do is visit the registrar  hosting your domain and make sure the domain  details include proper DNS  Servers for your hosting company. If your registrar and your  hosting company are one in  the same you can skip this  step.

Next, log into your hosting  company’s Control Panel  (Cpanel) and look for the “Addon Domains” button. Click the button to add  your blog’s domain name  You’ll need this if the domain name of your blog  and the domain name you  signed-up for your hosting  account with are different. If your blog’s domain name  and the main domain for  your hosting account are  the same – you can skip, this step

You should next see the  Addon Domains  information page. Enter the following: • You blog’s domain name • The FTP user name (you  can keep the same as  your blog domain • Your password  Click on “Add Domain” , If you’ve done everything  successfully you’ll get a  message letting you know that the “Addon Domain”  was created. Congratulations!,

You’ll want to set-up an email address that uses your  blog domain name. This e-mail address is  required to set-up your  WordPress blog. Go to your hosting Control Panel (CPanel) and look for  the “Email Accounts”  button. Click it to get started  creating your e-mail  address.,

You should next Email  Accounts detail page  Enter the following: • The e-mail address you  want to use • You password • The amount of storage  you want allocated to  the e-mail address Click on “Create Account”,

If you’ve done everything  successfully you will see  your new e-mail address listed under your e-mail  accounts. Congratulations!,

You now have an e-mail  address to use for setting up your blog. BUT – you probably don’t  need one more e-mail  address to monitor each day. SO – you can set-up an email forwarder to send email from your blog’s email address to another email account that you do  regularly monitor. Look for the “Forwarders”  button and click to get  start,ed

You will see a list of e-mail  addresses connected to  your hosting account along  with their forwarding e-mail address information. If you are just getting  started with you blog host,  this list will be empty. Click “Add Forward” to  begin,

The Email Forwarder detail  page will appear.  Enter the following: • The address you want to  forward (created in the  previous step) • The address to which  you want e-mail  forwarded  Click “Add Forwarder”,

If you’ve done everything  successfully you’ll get a  message letting you know that the “Email Forwarder”  was created. Congratulations!,

Before we get to setting-up  your blog you’ll need to  configure an FTP account so you can access your blog  on your host’s server. While the actual set-up  process we’ll cover doesn’t  require an FTP Account, you’ll want one so you can  upload content and  perform maintenance activities. Locate the “FTP Accounts”  button on your Control  Panel (CPanel) and click to get started.,

Remember when you set up your Addon Domain  earlier in this process? You also set-up an FTP  Account for your domain –  you should be able to find this in your FTP Account list that shows-up after you  click “FTP Accounts” on  your CPanel. If you would like to add  another FTP Account you  can do it from here. If not you might want to  update your FTP Account  password for security,

Your FTP Account password  details page will appear. Enter your new password  as indicated.  Click “Change Password” to  conti,nue

Once your password is  saved, click on “Configure  FTP Client” to gather details necessary to include in  your FTP program. We use FileZilla – a free FTP  program available for both  Mac and Windows

To access your blog using  FileZilla (or any FTP  program) you’ll need your – • FTP Server • FTP Username,

Install FileZilla on your  computer. Open the program and click File > Site Manager to get  started.,

When the Site Manager  window opens – • Click “New Site” • Enter your blog’s name • Enter the blog host  name • Change server type to  FTP • Log-on type = “Normal” • Enter your Username • Enter your Password Click “OK” to add your  blog’s FTP Account,

Test your connection by re-opening Site Manager by  clicking File > Site Manager Select the blog FTP Account  you just set-up then click  “Connect” You’ll see a number of  messages scroll-by at the  top of the FileZilla window. After the connection has  been made to your blog  server directories you’ll get a “Directory listing  successful” message

FileZilla will discontinue the  connection to your blog if  there has been no activity  for a while. But it’s better to click the  “Disconnect from server”  button when you are  finished working with  File,,Zilla

Great job so far! Now that you have all of  the preparation work done  you are ready to set-up  WordPress. Go back to your CPanel and  locate the “Quick Install”  button. ..Click it to get started.,

Once the Quick Install page  appears, select  “WordPress” from the  menu on the left-side of  the page. An overview of WordPress  will appear including  information on the version being installed. Click “Continue” to move to  the next step.,

The Install WordPress  details will appear. • Select your blog’s  domain name from the  drop-down list. • Enter the admin e-mail  you created in Step 3 of  this process. • Enter the title of your  blog. • Click the “Install Now”  button,

You will see a progress bar  showing you the progress  of the WordPress  installation on your site. Once WordPress is installed you’ll get a  “Congratulations” message. You can take a look at your  blog from the link in the  Congratulations message. You’ll also be notified that  you’ll receive an e-mail on  your blog set-up at your  Admin e-mail address.,

You will find information on  how-to access your blog in  the confirmation e-mail  sent when your blog  installation is complete. To access your blog click on  the blog link in the e-mail. Look at the lower right side  of the blog page – under  “Meta” – for “Log-In”. Enter “admin” and the  password provided in the  e-mail.  You’ll need to update your  password once you log-on,

And here’s your blog! Basic title and standard  WordPress theme.  You’ve got a ways to go  before it’s ready to be  introduced to the world,  but you’ve made great  progress – congratulations!,

Remember you can check out www.namecheap.com to buy domain and host, i highly recommend them


Lord Moses:
I use Namecheap for both domain and hosting, you can check out www.namecheap.com for a domain...its very affordable let’s get started! The first thing you want to  do is visit the registrar  hosting your domain and make sure the domain  details include proper DNS  Servers for your hosting company. If your registrar and your  hosting company are one in  the same you can skip this  step.

Next, log into your hosting  company’s Control Panel  (Cpanel) and look for the “Addon Domains” button. Click the button to add  your blog’s domain name  You’ll need this if the domain name of your blog  and the domain name you  signed-up for your hosting  account with are different. If your blog’s domain name  and the main domain for  your hosting account are  the same – you can skip, this step

You should next see the  Addon Domains  information page. Enter the following: • You blog’s domain name • The FTP user name (you  can keep the same as  your blog domain • Your password  Click on “Add Domain” , If you’ve done everything  successfully you’ll get a  message letting you know that the “Addon Domain”  was created. Congratulations!,

You’ll want to set-up an email address that uses your  blog domain name. This e-mail address is  required to set-up your  WordPress blog. Go to your hosting Control Panel (CPanel) and look for  the “Email Accounts”  button. Click it to get started  creating your e-mail  address.,

You should next Email  Accounts detail page  Enter the following: • The e-mail address you  want to use • You password • The amount of storage  you want allocated to  the e-mail address Click on “Create Account”,

If you’ve done everything  successfully you will see  your new e-mail address listed under your e-mail  accounts. Congratulations!,

You now have an e-mail  address to use for setting up your blog. BUT – you probably don’t  need one more e-mail  address to monitor each day. SO – you can set-up an email forwarder to send email from your blog’s email address to another email account that you do  regularly monitor. Look for the “Forwarders”  button and click to get  start,ed

You will see a list of e-mail  addresses connected to  your hosting account along  with their forwarding e-mail address information. If you are just getting  started with you blog host,  this list will be empty. Click “Add Forward” to  begin,

The Email Forwarder detail  page will appear.  Enter the following: • The address you want to  forward (created in the  previous step) • The address to which  you want e-mail  forwarded  Click “Add Forwarder”,

If you’ve done everything  successfully you’ll get a  message letting you know that the “Email Forwarder”  was created. Congratulations!,

Before we get to setting-up  your blog you’ll need to  configure an FTP account so you can access your blog  on your host’s server. While the actual set-up  process we’ll cover doesn’t  require an FTP Account, you’ll want one so you can  upload content and  perform maintenance activities. Locate the “FTP Accounts”  button on your Control  Panel (CPanel) and click to get started.,

Remember when you set up your Addon Domain  earlier in this process? You also set-up an FTP  Account for your domain –  you should be able to find this in your FTP Account list that shows-up after you  click “FTP Accounts” on  your CPanel. If you would like to add  another FTP Account you  can do it from here. If not you might want to  update your FTP Account  password for security,

Your FTP Account password  details page will appear. Enter your new password  as indicated.  Click “Change Password” to  conti,nue

Once your password is  saved, click on “Configure  FTP Client” to gather details necessary to include in  your FTP program. We use FileZilla – a free FTP  program available for both  Mac and Windows

To access your blog using  FileZilla (or any FTP  program) you’ll need your – • FTP Server • FTP Username,

Install FileZilla on your  computer. Open the program and click File > Site Manager to get  started.,

When the Site Manager  window opens – • Click “New Site” • Enter your blog’s name • Enter the blog host  name • Change server type to  FTP • Log-on type = “Normal” • Enter your Username • Enter your Password Click “OK” to add your  blog’s FTP Account,

Test your connection by re-opening Site Manager by  clicking File > Site Manager Select the blog FTP Account  you just set-up then click  “Connect” You’ll see a number of  messages scroll-by at the  top of the FileZilla window. After the connection has  been made to your blog  server directories you’ll get a “Directory listing  successful” message

FileZilla will discontinue the  connection to your blog if  there has been no activity  for a while. But it’s better to click the  “Disconnect from server”  button when you are  finished working with  File,,Zilla

Great job so far! Now that you have all of  the preparation work done  you are ready to set-up  WordPress. Go back to your CPanel and  locate the “Quick Install”  button. ..Click it to get started.,

Once the Quick Install page  appears, select  “WordPress” from the  menu on the left-side of  the page. An overview of WordPress  will appear including  information on the version being installed. Click “Continue” to move to  the next step.,

The Install WordPress  details will appear. • Select your blog’s  domain name from the  drop-down list. • Enter the admin e-mail  you created in Step 3 of  this process. • Enter the title of your  blog. • Click the “Install Now”  button,

You will see a progress bar  showing you the progress  of the WordPress  installation on your site. Once WordPress is installed you’ll get a  “Congratulations” message. You can take a look at your  blog from the link in the  Congratulations message. You’ll also be notified that  you’ll receive an e-mail on  your blog set-up at your  Admin e-mail address.,

You will find information on  how-to access your blog in  the confirmation e-mail  sent when your blog  installation is complete. To access your blog click on  the blog link in the e-mail. Look at the lower right side  of the blog page – under  “Meta” – for “Log-In”. Enter “admin” and the  password provided in the  e-mail.  You’ll need to update your  password once you log-on,

And here’s your blog! Basic title and standard  WordPress theme.  You’ve got a ways to go  before it’s ready to be  introduced to the world,  but you’ve made great  progress – congratulations!,

Remember you can check out www.namecheap.com to buy domain and host, i highly recommend them
LW
Lord Moses:
I use Namecheap for both domain and hosting, you can check out www.namecheap.com for a domain...its very affordable let’s get started! The first thing you want to  do is visit the registrar  hosting your domain and make sure the domain  details include proper DNS  Servers for your hosting company. If your registrar and your  hosting company are one in  the same you can skip this  step.

Next, log into your hosting  company’s Control Panel  (Cpanel) and look for the “Addon Domains” button. Click the button to add  your blog’s domain name  You’ll need this if the domain name of your blog  and the domain name you  signed-up for your hosting  account with are different. If your blog’s domain name  and the main domain for  your hosting account are  the same – you can skip, this step

You should next see the  Addon Domains  information page. Enter the following: • You blog’s domain name • The FTP user name (you  can keep the same as  your blog domain • Your password  Click on “Add Domain” , If you’ve done everything  successfully you’ll get a  message letting you know that the “Addon Domain”  was created. Congratulations!,

You’ll want to set-up an email address that uses your  blog domain name. This e-mail address is  required to set-up your  WordPress blog. Go to your hosting Control Panel (CPanel) and look for  the “Email Accounts”  button. Click it to get started  creating your e-mail  address.,

You should next Email  Accounts detail page  Enter the following: • The e-mail address you  want to use • You password • The amount of storage  you want allocated to  the e-mail address Click on “Create Account”,

If you’ve done everything  successfully you will see  your new e-mail address listed under your e-mail  accounts. Congratulations!,

You now have an e-mail  address to use for setting up your blog. BUT – you probably don’t  need one more e-mail  address to monitor each day. SO – you can set-up an email forwarder to send email from your blog’s email address to another email account that you do  regularly monitor. Look for the “Forwarders”  button and click to get  start,ed

You will see a list of e-mail  addresses connected to  your hosting account along  with their forwarding e-mail address information. If you are just getting  started with you blog host,  this list will be empty. Click “Add Forward” to  begin,

The Email Forwarder detail  page will appear.  Enter the following: • The address you want to  forward (created in the  previous step) • The address to which  you want e-mail  forwarded  Click “Add Forwarder”,

If you’ve done everything  successfully you’ll get a  message letting you know that the “Email Forwarder”  was created. Congratulations!,

Before we get to setting-up  your blog you’ll need to  configure an FTP account so you can access your blog  on your host’s server. While the actual set-up  process we’ll cover doesn’t  require an FTP Account, you’ll want one so you can  upload content and  perform maintenance activities. Locate the “FTP Accounts”  button on your Control  Panel (CPanel) and click to get started.,

Remember when you set up your Addon Domain  earlier in this process? You also set-up an FTP  Account for your domain –  you should be able to find this in your FTP Account list that shows-up after you  click “FTP Accounts” on  your CPanel. If you would like to add  another FTP Account you  can do it from here. If not you might want to  update your FTP Account  password for security,

Your FTP Account password  details page will appear. Enter your new password  as indicated.  Click “Change Password” to  conti,nue

Once your password is  saved, click on “Configure  FTP Client” to gather details necessary to include in  your FTP program. We use FileZilla – a free FTP  program available for both  Mac and Windows

To access your blog using  FileZilla (or any FTP  program) you’ll need your – • FTP Server • FTP Username,

Install FileZilla on your  computer. Open the program and click File > Site Manager to get  started.,

When the Site Manager  window opens – • Click “New Site” • Enter your blog’s name • Enter the blog host  name • Change server type to  FTP • Log-on type = “Normal” • Enter your Username • Enter your Password Click “OK” to add your  blog’s FTP Account,

Test your connection by re-opening Site Manager by  clicking File > Site Manager Select the blog FTP Account  you just set-up then click  “Connect” You’ll see a number of  messages scroll-by at the  top of the FileZilla window. After the connection has  been made to your blog  server directories you’ll get a “Directory listing  successful” message

FileZilla will discontinue the  connection to your blog if  there has been no activity  for a while. But it’s better to click the  “Disconnect from server”  button when you are  finished working with  File,,Zilla

Great job so far! Now that you have all of  the preparation work done  you are ready to set-up  WordPress. Go back to your CPanel and  locate the “Quick Install”  button. ..Click it to get started.,

Once the Quick Install page  appears, select  “WordPress” from the  menu on the left-side of  the page. An overview of WordPress  will appear including  information on the version being installed. Click “Continue” to move to  the next step.,

The Install WordPress  details will appear. • Select your blog’s  domain name from the  drop-down list. • Enter the admin e-mail  you created in Step 3 of  this process. • Enter the title of your  blog. • Click the “Install Now”  button,

You will see a progress bar  showing you the progress  of the WordPress  installation on your site. Once WordPress is installed you’ll get a  “Congratulations” message. You can take a look at your  blog from the link in the  Congratulations message. You’ll also be notified that  you’ll receive an e-mail on  your blog set-up at your  Admin e-mail address.,

You will find information on  how-to access your blog in  the confirmation e-mail  sent when your blog  installation is complete. To access your blog click on  the blog link in the e-mail. Look at the lower right side  of the blog page – under  “Meta” – for “Log-In”. Enter “admin” and the  password provided in the  e-mail.  You’ll need to update your  password once you log-on,

And here’s your blog! Basic title and standard  WordPress theme.  You’ve got a ways to go  before it’s ready to be  introduced to the world,  but you’ve made great  progress – congratulations!,

Remember you can check out www.namecheap.com to buy domain and host, i highly recommend them
LW
Lord Moses:
I use Namecheap for both domain and hosting, you can check out www.namecheap.com for a domain...its very affordable let’s get started! The first thing you want to  do is visit the registrar  hosting your domain and make sure the domain  details include proper DNS  Servers for your hosting company. If your registrar and your  hosting company are one in  the same you can skip this  step.

Next, log into your hosting  company’s Control Panel  (Cpanel) and look for the “Addon Domains” button. Click the button to add  your blog’s domain name  You’ll need this if the domain name of your blog  and the domain name you  signed-up for your hosting  account with are different. If your blog’s domain name  and the main domain for  your hosting account are  the same – you can skip, this step

You should next see the  Addon Domains  information page. Enter the following: • You blog’s domain name • The FTP user name (you  can keep the same as  your blog domain • Your password  Click on “Add Domain” , If you’ve done everything  successfully you’ll get a  message letting you know that the “Addon Domain”  was created. Congratulations!,

You’ll want to set-up an email address that uses your  blog domain name. This e-mail address is  required to set-up your  WordPress blog. Go to your hosting Control Panel (CPanel) and look for  the “Email Accounts”  button. Click it to get started  creating your e-mail  address.,

You should next Email  Accounts detail page  Enter the following: • The e-mail address you  want to use • You password • The amount of storage  you want allocated to  the e-mail address Click on “Create Account”,

If you’ve done everything  successfully you will see  your new e-mail address listed under your e-mail  accounts. Congratulations!,

You now have an e-mail  address to use for setting up your blog. BUT – you probably don’t  need one more e-mail  address to monitor each day. SO – you can set-up an email forwarder to send email from your blog’s email address to another email account that you do  regularly monitor. Look for the “Forwarders”  button and click to get  start,ed

You will see a list of e-mail  addresses connected to  your hosting account along  with their forwarding e-mail address information. If you are just getting  started with you blog host,  this list will be empty. Click “Add Forward” to  begin,

The Email Forwarder detail  page will appear.  Enter the following: • The address you want to  forward (created in the  previous step) • The address to which  you want e-mail  forwarded  Click “Add Forwarder”,

If you’ve done everything  successfully you’ll get a  message letting you know that the “Email Forwarder”  was created. Congratulations!,

Before we get to setting-up  your blog you’ll need to  configure an FTP account so you can access your blog  on your host’s server. While the actual set-up  process we’ll cover doesn’t  require an FTP Account, you’ll want one so you can  upload content and  perform maintenance activities. Locate the “FTP Accounts”  button on your Control  Panel (CPanel) and click to get started.,

Remember when you set up your Addon Domain  earlier in this process? You also set-up an FTP  Account for your domain –  you should be able to find this in your FTP Account list that shows-up after you  click “FTP Accounts” on  your CPanel. If you would like to add  another FTP Account you  can do it from here. If not you might want to  update your FTP Account  password for security,

Your FTP Account password  details page will appear. Enter your new password  as indicated.  Click “Change Password” to  conti,nue

Once your password is  saved, click on “Configure  FTP Client” to gather details necessary to include in  your FTP program. We use FileZilla – a free FTP  program available for both  Mac and Windows

To access your blog using  FileZilla (or any FTP  program) you’ll need your – • FTP Server • FTP Username,

Install FileZilla on your  computer. Open the program and click File > Site Manager to get  started.,

When the Site Manager  window opens – • Click “New Site” • Enter your blog’s name • Enter the blog host  name • Change server type to  FTP • Log-on type = “Normal” • Enter your Username • Enter your Password Click “OK” to add your  blog’s FTP Account,

Test your connection by re-opening Site Manager by  clicking File > Site Manager Select the blog FTP Account  you just set-up then click  “Connect” You’ll see a number of  messages scroll-by at the  top of the FileZilla window. After the connection has  been made to your blog  server directories you’ll get a “Directory listing  successful” message

FileZilla will discontinue the  connection to your blog if  there has been no activity  for a while. But it’s better to click the  “Disconnect from server”  button when you are  finished working with  File,,Zilla

Great job so far! Now that you have all of  the preparation work done  you are ready to set-up  WordPress. Go back to your CPanel and  locate the “Quick Install”  button. ..Click it to get started.,

Once the Quick Install page  appears, select  “WordPress” from the  menu on the left-side of  the page. An overview of WordPress  will appear including  information on the version being installed. Click “Continue” to move to  the next step.,

The Install WordPress  details will appear. • Select your blog’s  domain name from the  drop-down list. • Enter the admin e-mail  you created in Step 3 of  this process. • Enter the title of your  blog. • Click the “Install Now”  button,

You will see a progress bar  showing you the progress  of the WordPress  installation on your site. Once WordPress is installed you’ll get a  “Congratulations” message. You can take a look at your  blog from the link in the  Congratulations message. You’ll also be notified that  you’ll receive an e-mail on  your blog set-up at your  Admin e-mail address.,

You will find information on  how-to access your blog in  the confirmation e-mail  sent when your blog  installation is complete. To access your blog click on  the blog link in the e-mail. Look at the lower right side  of the blog page – under  “Meta” – for “Log-In”. Enter “admin” and the  password provided in the  e-mail.  You’ll need to update your  password once you log-on,

And here’s your blog! Basic title and standard  WordPress theme.  You’ve got a ways to go  before it’s ready to be  introduced to the world,  but you’ve made great  progress – congratulations!,

Remember you can check out www.namecheap.com to buy domain and host, i highly recommend them
LW
Lord Moses:
I use Namecheap for both domain and hosting, you can check out www.namecheap.com for a domain...its very affordable let’s get started! The first thing you want to  do is visit the registrar  hosting your domain and make sure the domain  details include proper DNS  Servers for your hosting company. If your registrar and your  hosting company are one in  the same you can skip this  step.

Next, log into your hosting  company’s Control Panel  (Cpanel) and look for the “Addon Domains” button. Click the button to add  your blog’s domain name  You’ll need this if the domain name of your blog  and the domain name you  signed-up for your hosting  account with are different. If your blog’s domain name  and the main domain for  your hosting account are  the same – you can skip, this step

You should next see the  Addon Domains  information page. Enter the following: • You blog’s domain name • The FTP user name (you  can keep the same as  your blog domain • Your password  Click on “Add Domain” , If you’ve done everything  successfully you’ll get a  message letting you know that the “Addon Domain”  was created. Congratulations!,

You’ll want to set-up an email address that uses your  blog domain name. This e-mail address is  required to set-up your  WordPress blog. Go to your hosting Control Panel (CPanel) and look for  the “Email Accounts”  button. Click it to get started  creating your e-mail  address.,

You should next Email  Accounts detail page  Enter the following: • The e-mail address you  want to use • You password • The amount of storage  you want allocated to  the e-mail address Click on “Create Account”,

If you’ve done everything  successfully you will see  your new e-mail address listed under your e-mail  accounts. Congratulations!,

You now have an e-mail  address to use for setting up your blog. BUT – you probably don’t  need one more e-mail  address to monitor each day. SO – you can set-up an email forwarder to send email from your blog’s email address to another email account that you do  regularly monitor. Look for the “Forwarders”  button and click to get  start,ed

You will see a list of e-mail  addresses connected to  your hosting account along  with their forwarding e-mail address information. If you are just getting  started with you blog host,  this list will be empty. Click “Add Forward” to  begin,

The Email Forwarder detail  page will appear.  Enter the following: • The address you want to  forward (created in the  previous step) • The address to which  you want e-mail  forwarded  Click “Add Forwarder”,

If you’ve done everything  successfully you’ll get a  message letting you know that the “Email Forwarder”  was created. Congratulations!,

Before we get to setting-up  your blog you’ll need to  configure an FTP account so you can access your blog  on your host’s server. While the actual set-up  process we’ll cover doesn’t  require an FTP Account, you’ll want one so you can  upload content and  perform maintenance activities. Locate the “FTP Accounts”  button on your Control  Panel (CPanel) and click to get started.,

Remember when you set up your Addon Domain  earlier in this process? You also set-up an FTP  Account for your domain –  you should be able to find this in your FTP Account list that shows-up after you  click “FTP Accounts” on  your CPanel. If you would like to add  another FTP Account you  can do it from here. If not you might want to  update your FTP Account  password for security,

Your FTP Account password  details page will appear. Enter your new password  as indicated.  Click “Change Password” to  conti,nue

Once your password is  saved, click on “Configure  FTP Client” to gather details necessary to include in  your FTP program. We use FileZilla – a free FTP  program available for both  Mac and Windows

To access your blog using  FileZilla (or any FTP  program) you’ll need your – • FTP Server • FTP Username,

Install FileZilla on your  computer. Open the program and click File > Site Manager to get  started.,

When the Site Manager  window opens – • Click “New Site” • Enter your blog’s name • Enter the blog host  name • Change server type to  FTP • Log-on type = “Normal” • Enter your Username • Enter your Password Click “OK” to add your  blog’s FTP Account,

Test your connection by re-opening Site Manager by  clicking File > Site Manager Select the blog FTP Account  you just set-up then click  “Connect” You’ll see a number of  messages scroll-by at the  top of the FileZilla window. After the connection has  been made to your blog  server directories you’ll get a “Directory listing  successful” message

FileZilla will discontinue the  connection to your blog if  there has been no activity  for a while. But it’s better to click the  “Disconnect from server”  button when you are  finished working with  File,,Zilla

Great job so far! Now that you have all of  the preparation work done  you are ready to set-up  WordPress. Go back to your CPanel and  locate the “Quick Install”  button. ..Click it to get started.,

Once the Quick Install page  appears, select  “WordPress” from the  menu on the left-side of  the page. An overview of WordPress  will appear including  information on the version being installed. Click “Continue” to move to  the next step.,

The Install WordPress  details will appear. • Select your blog’s  domain name from the  drop-down list. • Enter the admin e-mail  you created in Step 3 of  this process. • Enter the title of your  blog. • Click the “Install Now”  button,

You will see a progress bar  showing you the progress  of the WordPress  installation on your site. Once WordPress is installed you’ll get a  “Congratulations” message. You can take a look at your  blog from the link in the  Congratulations message. You’ll also be notified that  you’ll receive an e-mail on  your blog set-up at your  Admin e-mail address.,

You will find information on  how-to access your blog in  the confirmation e-mail  sent when your blog  installation is complete. To access your blog click on  the blog link in the e-mail. Look at the lower right side  of the blog page – under  “Meta” – for “Log-In”. Enter “admin” and the  password provided in the  e-mail.  You’ll need to update your  password once you log-on,

And here’s your blog! Basic title and standard  WordPress theme.  You’ve got a ways to go  before it’s ready to be  introduced to the world,  but you’ve made great  progress – congratulations!,

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LW



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