How To Install WordPress On DigitalOcean
Hello friends in this tutorial I will show you how to install WordPress on DigitalOcean.
ServerPilot allows you need to control your DigitalOcean in a very easy manner.
For this tutorial purpose I am using Free plan of ServerPilot
There are various other ServerPilot Plans for your Server you can check them out.
So let’s get started
Install WordPress on DigitalOcean
Step 1 –
Create an App In ServerPilot
An app is an application such as WordPress
In ServerPilot you need to click on +Create App it can be done once you have connected your server or by going to Apps page.
You need to give your App a name also select your domain name which you must have bought from your domain registrar.
You may also need to select the user for this installation who wants to run this app.
Using the One Click Installer
Now you need to check the WordPress checkbox
New fields will be visible to you as soon as you check WordPress option
In this you need to put your Site Title,your administrator username,password of the administrator user and the email address of the same.
Click on Create App to submit the form
Verify your Database Information
ServerPilot’s one-click installer will automatically generates your MySQL database name,username and password.
You can review all the details in your ServerPilot admin panel
That’s it 🙂
Now you will be able to login to brand new blazing fast WordPress Dashboard when you visit your server’s ip address or domain once you configure DNS to point to your server.
WordPress files of your server will be stored in your app’s public folder (also known as root directory) at apps/APPNAME/public
ServerPilot will keep your server’s system packages updated with security updates.Also best thing is ServerPilot also configures firewall for your server hence no need to worry about security.
Now it’s your turn to install WordPress on DigitalOcean
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