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Wordpress installation under Web App Gallery

1. Login to the WebsitePanel.

2. Click Databases under your Hosting plan and choose MySQL 5.x.




3. Click Create Database.




4. Choose Database name and click Save.




5. Click Create user.




6. Choose Username and Password, check the database (previously created) to add ownership and click Save.




7. Click on Web App Gallery in the Hosting Space Menu Tab.




8. Type Wordpress in the Search Bar click Search and choose Install.





9. On the next page click Next.


Note: You may see a warning about missing dependencies, you can safely ignore this as the PHP version will be configured afterwards.



10. Fill in the missing tabs with the following data:

Web Site:
  •  Select the website from the drop-down menu where you wish to install the WordPress.

Application Name:
  • This is the name of the sub-directory where the WordPress will be installed, if you wish it to remain the 'wwwroot' of the website, please leave this field blank.

Create a new or use an existing database:
  • Choose Use existing database.

Name of the datqabase for your application:
  • Choose the database you have previously created from the drop-down menu.

User name to access your application database:
  • Choose the database username you have previously created from the drop-down menu.

Database Password:
  • Type the password you have created for the database username.



The Fields below are optional and only affect your security, you can leave them blank if you wish


Authentication Key:
  • Unique phrase used to strengthen your password. It should not contain single quotes, backslashes and dollar character.

Secure Authentication Key:
  • Unique phrase used to strengthen secure password. It should not contain single quotes, backslashes and dollar character.

Logged In Key:
  • Unique phrase used to strengthen authentication. It should not contain single quotes, backslashes and dollar character.

Nonce Key:
  • It is used to sign the nonce key which protects the nonce from being generated, protecting you from certain forms of attacks where a hacker attempts to guess the nonce. It should not contain single quotes, backslashes and dollar character.

Authentication Salt:
  • Unique phrase used to strengthen your password. Salt is an addition to the secret keys. They work with the keys. It should not contain single quotes, backslashes and dollar character.

Secure Authentication Salt:
  • Unique phrase used to strengthen secure password. Salt is an addition to the secret keys. They work with the keys. It should not contain single quotes, backslashes and dollar character.

Logged In Salt:
  • Unique phrase used to strengthen authentication. Salt is an addition to the secret keys. They work with the keys. It should not contain single quotes, backslashes and dollar character.

Nonce Salt:
  • Unique phrase used to strengthen authentication. Salt is an addition to the secret keys. They work with the keys. It should not contain single quotes, backslashes and dollar character.



11. Click Install.


Note: The process may take up to 5-15 minutes, please wait until the Installing Application tab doesn't disappear.




12. You will see a message "Congratulations the application has been successfully installed!" click OK to finish the installation.




13. Type your website (http://domain.com) in the browser to continue managing your WordPress Application.

Note: Depending on the WordPress version your PHP for the website might need to be updated to a later version, in this case please contact our CHAT OPERATOR or open a ticket to our TECHNICAL SUPPORT.

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