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WordPress Installation For Media Temple Webserver

In this tutorial we are going to see how WordPress is installed on a Media Temple Domain. It is a pretty simple task, and can be completed by following a few easy steps.

Follow these steps for installation :

  1. Login to your Media Temple account.
  2. Go to your primary domain and select domain.com (gs) Grid-Service from top menu.
  3. Next, click on 1-Click Applications as shown in the screenshot.
  4. Now Click on the Add New Application button.
  5. Click on the Start button, which is located in front of the WordPress application.
  6. Enter all the details of your WordPress blog in the fields shown in the screenshots below. You can select a database name for WordPress, by selecting New from the drop-down menu. You can also change the table prefix of the database.
  7. Finally, click on the Install button and you are almost done.
  8. WordPress will now get installed on your domain. Setup your new WordPress installed domain by accessing the domain from your browser.

If at some point you face difficulties in installing WordPress, do let us know through your comments. We will try our best to resolve your query. 🙂

Link: Signup with Mediatemple

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How to Install WordPress on Dreamhost Webserver

WordPress installation on DreamHost is very easy. You just need to select One Click installation Apps and you will get the WordPress blog ready for your selected domain.

Follow the steps below to install WordPress:

  1. Login to DreamHost control panel.
  2. It will take you to the next screen, click on the One-Click Installs menu on the left sidebar. Or you can use Free Website Software menu under the Let’s Get Started! screen.
  3. Next, click on WordPress, it will pop-up one screen that will show you two ways to install WordPress. (See the image below)
  4. As per the below screen shot, you can select the Simple Installation or Custom Installation of WordPress. In Custom Installation DreamHost gives you a facility to select database for WordPress or it will automatically create for you.  In Simple Installation you can install WordPress in sub-domain by selecting your domain also.

    Example : For custom installation  http://mydomain.com/blog/
    For simple installation http://blog.mydomain.com

  5. After that selecting either custom or simple installation process and then click on Install it for me now! . It will install WordPress for your selected domain. Note: Before clicking on install, cross check the things that you mentioned in the fields 🙂
  6. You can find the further process of accessing WordPress and other information in Support History menu under the Support option. (See the image below).

This way you can install WordPress for your selected domain. Check out  more user guides on How to use WordPress.

Link : Signup With Dreamhost

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How to Install WordPress on Hostgator

WordPress installation is not a big deal with any hosting server. If you have a hosting with hostgator then you can install WordPress in few easy steps.

Follow the steps below :

  1. Login to your Hostgator c-panel. If your Domain name is example.com, then your hostgator cpanel can be  accessed at www.example.com/cpanel
  2. Scroll down with more menus, you will find Software/Services. Under that click on Fantastico De Luxe.
  3. After that you will move to next page, select WordPress from the left side menu.
  4. Then click on the New Installation link.(see image below)
  5. After that select the domain on which you want to install WordPress. You can also install WordPress into sub-folder. Read all the information of that page.
  6. Click on the Install WordPress button, before that cross check all the fields carefully.
  7. It will automatically create a database for WordPress and you will get all the info about WordPress installation.
  8. Add your email id on which you will receive all the information about the installation of WordPress.

That’s all about WordPress installation. Hope you find this article useful. Read more about WordPress on the How to use WordPress user guide.