Installing WordPress on vStack Server

Description

WordPress is a free and open source website building platform. It is the simplest and most powerful content management system (CMS), which allows users without programming skills to create and manage their websites and blogs. WordPress is a great platform for building all sorts of websites: from blogs to e-commerce, corporate websites and portfolios — WordPress is a universal CMS. It is easy to use and allows you to flexibly customize page content. WordPress is a great solution for large and small websites.

Getting started

After creating a server with a pre-installed WordPress CMS, you can immediately start implementing your website. Go to the WordPress setup by typing the IP address of your server in the address bar of your browser, for example:

http://45.121.122.123/wp-admin/install.php

Next, choose a language:

Choose a language

Enter your website name and user details:

Information needed

After successful installation, click the Login button.

Success!

Enter your WordPress user details:

User data and password

After successful authorization, the WordPress admin panel will open.

Welcome to WordPress

From now on for authorization you should type the IP address of your server in the address bar of your browser:

http://45.121.122.123/wp-admin/

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