cPanel is where you administer your web hosting server account. Many control panels will come with automated WordPress installation script installers, such as Softaculous and Fantastico
If yours does not, you will need to install WordPress on Cpanel manually.
you have followed this tutorial step-by-step, you should have accomplished the following:
- Downloaded and extracted the latest version of WordPress installation files.
- Uploaded the files to your desired directory.
- Created a MySQL database and database user.
- Successfully updated the
wp-config-sample.php file and renamed it to
- Run WordPress installation scripts, created your first WordPress admin user and named your website.
- Installed and logged into WordPress.
If you are baffled by the WordPress admin console and unsure what to do next, we recommend you start by choosing a WordPress theme. This will set the visual appearance of your website. Next, browse through the WordPress marketplace for plugins. These add-ons are what makes WordPress such a robust content management system. Think about your needs and identify the type of plugins you might need. Last but not least, start working on your content.