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Installing WordPress on a Subdomain

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We just installed WordPress to an Addon Domain and now we are going to set up a subdomain. I’m going to call this dev because this is going to be my development subdomain in my wp47bootcamp.com. You can see it's going to add a folder called dev. I'm going to add dev_wp47bootcamp to that so

Installing WordPress on an Addon Domain

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We've already installed WordPress on our primary domain so now we're going to install it on an addon domain. Let's go to the Hostgator control panel and login. An add-on domain is essentially a second domain for your website. The very first thing to do if you're going to include an add-on domain is to

Installing WordPress for the First Time on your Primary Domain

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This first session is on installing and configuring WordPress. And the very first thing we're going to do is install WordPress for the very first time on your primary domain. In this case I set up a hosting account with Hostgator and I don't have anything installed on it at all. I created a primary

Part 8 – What to do if you Install WordPress in the Wrong Spot

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Now that we’ve installed WordPress on the subdomain, let's look at WordPress tools. Click new install. It's not going to be hypnotherapy.com let’s change that to be hypnoresolve.com. We're not going to put in a subfolder. We are going to add a site title. We'll just let Hypno Resolve be the title. I'm going to

Part 7 – Install WordPress on that Subdomain

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Now that we have setup the subdomain at the new host, let’s install WordPress on that subdomain. Here at the bluehost site let’s use this tool here to install WordPress. It does look a little bit different here. Begin by selecting the domain and we want dev.hypnoresolve. We probably don't have to add anything in

WordPress 3.9 Crash Course – Part 4 – Installing WordPress on a Subdomain

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At this point we’ve installed WordPress 3.9 on a Domain and an Addon Domain. The third way we're going to install is on a subdomain. But the very first thing you have to do is create a subdomain. So now we're going to go to Domain Manager and what you're going to do is select

WordPress 3.9 Crash Course – Part 3 – Installing WordPress on an Add-on Domain

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I’ve just showed you how to install WordPress with the one click install on a domain and now I’m going to show you how to install it on an Addon Domain. So this other way to install WordPress 3.9 is over here from cPanel. Let’s come over to the Domain Manager. You'll see that I

WordPress 3.9 Crash Course – Part 2 – Installing WordPress for the First Time on your Primary Domain

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We're going to start this WordPress 3.9 video course off by installing WordPress. I’m going to show you how to install WordPress in 3 different contexts. We're going to install it as our main domain for a hosting account, we're going to install it on a second domain for our hosting account and then we're

Lesson 3 – Install & Configure WordPress on your Site

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In this video tutorial lesson you will learn how to install and configure WordPress on your site. WordPress is the world's leading web development platform. You can do virtually anything a business website may need to do easily. Now that the preliminaries are out of the way - you have a domain name, a hosting