Setting up a WordPress

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Starting a new website can be tricky. A lot of the time, it can be intimidating to choose what kind of site you want to have. There are plenty of options available to you depending on what kind of site you are trying to run. For example, if you have a small business, you will want to make sure that you have a site that allows for vending and pages that show all of your products or services available. However, if you have a site that is more like a personal blog, then you will want to have a site that provides easy access to all of your posts. It might be helpful to include some links to most recent posts or a search bar. While these are all things that you will need to consider, there are some things that you will need to do first before you start with your site. Keep reading to find out more information!

Getting started

Setting up the basics

When you have a hosting service, you will need to have a WordPress installed via cpanel. What you will do is look for the software installer on cpanel. Once you find that, you will be able to choose to install WordPress. You will need to decide whether or not you want to have the “www” in your website. Most installers will give you the option to choose to have the “www.” After you do that, you can decide the username and password for your security on your WordPress.

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