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How to install WordPress on Digital Ocean, Host Gator and cPanel

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How To Install WordPress on Digital Ocean with Ubuntu 14.04

Developers love Digital Ocean! It is a virtual private server provider and one of the big successful startup. WordPress is the most popular CMS (content management system) on the internet. It allows you to easily set up flexible blogs and websites on top of a MySQL backend with PHP processing. WordPress has seen incredible adoption and is a great choice for getting a website up and running quickly.

In this tutorial, we’ll focus on getting a WordPress instance set up on droplet with an Apache web server on Ubuntu 14.04.

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How To Install WordPress on CentOS 7

WordPress is a free and open source website and blogging tool that uses PHP and MySQL. WordPress is currently the most popular CMS (Content Management System) on the Internet, and has over 20,000 plugins to extend its functionality. This makes WordPress a great choice for getting a website up and running quickly and easily.

In this guide, we will demonstrate how to get a WordPress instance set up with an Apache web server on CentOS 7.

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How To Install WordPress on HostGator

WordPress is one of the most popular blogging platforms around for good reason. It is easy to install and features an attractive, user-friendly interface. At HostGator, you can install WordPress through QuickInstall or manually.

In the following tutorial, we’ll cover the QuickInstall route for a WordPress self-hosted installation. It’s a bit easier than a manual installation, and it only takes a click or two!

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How to install WordPress using Softaculous in cPanel

You can easily install WordPress on your web-site using Softaculous script installer the following way:

    • Login to your cPanel
    • Scroll down to the Software/Services section, and click the Softaculous icon:

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