How To Install WordPress In A Subdomain
Last updated on February 13th, 2020 at 01:02 pm
Do you know what the best thing about WordPress is?
You can create custom-fit pages, add images, integrate plugins, install themes and do a lot more. That’s what WordPress does for you.
No wonder why 30% of the websites are based on WordPress. Supposedly, you too have a WordPress website and you are here to learn something about your WordPress website, right?
Ok, designing and all is cool stuff but what if you have just started and plan to install WordPress on a subdomain?
How are you planning to get ahead with it?
Confounded, ok wait, let’s see what can be done.
Well, this article is specifically designed to install WordPress in a subdomain. In case, you have been wondering how to install WordPress in a subdomain, you are in the right place.
Before everything, let’s give a quick read at why do you need to install WordPress in a subdomain.
Why do you need to install WordPress in a subdomain?
Subdomain, as the name suggests, is regarded as the website’s original domain partner. Factually, subdomain is like keeping the core of the original domain and adding a personal touch, in a way customizing the domain on a whole.
For instance, consider that your website has the name wordbeg.com. After some time, you decide to add an eCommerce store and for that, you would need to host a separate WordPress installation process. So, the name could be anything like shop.wordbeg.com. This is the subdomain of the website and you would need to install WordPress on the same.
- Under circumstances when you want your website to have the same domain as the previous ones, you would need to create a subdomain and install WordPress on it.
- Or maybe that you wish to customize the domain name of your website. So, you can add a subdomain.
Either be the case, you would always need to install WordPress and that’s why we are here. So, without wasting much time, we now see how to install WordPress in a subdomain.
How to Install WordPress in a subdomain?
Following the steps given below, you can easily install WordPress in the subdomain.
To get started with the process of installing WordPress in a subdomain, follow this process –
- Log in to the c panel of your web hosting service. Here, we are using the SiteOrigin as the hosting service provider.
- Once you have logged in to the cPanel of the web hosting service, hover around the popular apps section or the website builder.
- There you will find the option of WordPress
- Click on WordPress.
- You can also click on WordPress from the blogs section.
- Once you have clicked on the WordPress button, you will find a new page that has a tab that says start.
- Click on the tab to start the process of installation.
- Next, click on the subdomain that you plan to select and then check the option of check domain.
- Start with clicking on the checkbox and next, you would need to click on the box that says ‘Show advanced option’.
- As the name suggests, this will display all of the advanced level options of the installation process.
- The setting is related to the option of selecting the sub-domain and making it part of your website.
This is the section where you can make changes to the website. The set up of the advanced option opens as a page where you find different tabs:
- Site name: The custom name of your site
- Admin Username: The name that will be used to log in to the page.
- Admin Password: The security credential to be added to the website.
- Admin email: The email address of the admin. Remember, it should be a valid one.
- Check the option of ‘automatically create the database’ for the installed website.
Once you have added all of the desired information, you can now move ahead with the process of installation. At the end of the page, click on install. It will take a couple of minutes to run the process and then complete it.
After you have added all of the details, installed the WordPress and done with the process, you can now visit the website. The login credentials are the ones that you have added in the show advanced options page. Remember to log in to the dashboard to see if everything is working fine or not. If yes, you are all set to use your custom-fit WordPress dashboard with a subdomain.
In case, there persists an error, you can recheck the steps to see what went wrong or connect to the WordPress community support team for help.
Either way, you will have a solution for your WordPress website. Chat Now