Install Wordpress In Plesk

In this article, we will show you how to install WordPress from Plesk control panel. Plesk offer tools to automatically install WordPress for you. 
Log into your Control Panel 

Next click on the Applications > Wordpress > Install

For an express installation, click Install (Quick). The latest version of WordPress will be installed, and the default settings will be used
If you want to change the default installation settings, click Install (Custom). This enables you to set up the administrator user, select the desired WordPress version, specify the database name, select auto update settings, and more.

Accept the accept terms of the license agreement then Next 

Select where you want to install Wordpress. If this is for the main site and no site currently exists, ensure the location is blank. To install the application to a directory other than the website root, specify the directory name. 

Check if you want to enable automatic update

Enter WordPress username and password.

Select the default site name at this stage. 

Enter the email address to associate with your website.

Change the Database name and Database user name to something which will be easier to associate for your site.


Click Install to complete the Setup of WordPress.

You should now be able to login to WordPress either via the Plesk WordPress Toolkit or directly into the WordPress Admin area.


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