Step 1: Download the latest WordPress

  1. Download the latest WordPress zip file
  2. Unzip the WordPress file to a folder.

Step 2: Upload WordPress to DigitalBerg Hosting Account

There are two available options for you to upload WordPress to a DigitalBerg hosting account.

  • Upload via FTP (Recommended)
  • Upload via File Manager

Step 3: Create MySQL Database and User on your DigitalBerg Cpanel

WordPress uses a MySQL database to store its data. As a result, a database must be constructed.

  1. Log into cPanel.
  2. In the Databases section, click the MySQL Database Wizard.
  3. Create A Database, enter the database name (Prefix: digitalb_) and click Next Step.
  4. Create Database Users, enter the database user name and password and click Create User.
  5. Add User to the Database, click the All Privileges checkbox and click Next.
  6. Make a note of the database name, username, and password after you’ve completed the process.

Step 4: Configure wp-config.php in WordPress uploaded Folder

The database information is pulled from the wp-config.php file, which includes the user and password. This must be done to check that the database user and password you created in step 3 were entered correctly.

The wp-config-sample.php file can be located in the WordPress installation folder’s File Manager. To make changes to the file, follow these steps:

  1. Log into cPanel.
  2. In the Files section, click the File Manager icon.
  3. Top left hand over, click settings, check the box for Show Hidden Files (dotfiles), and then click Go.
  4. From the left navigation bar menu in File Manager, click public_html to expand the tree.
  5. Click the WordPress folder installation.
  6. On the right side of the File Manager screen, locate the wp-config-sample.php file.
  7. Right-click on the file, select Rename and change the name of the file to wp-config.php. Click the Rename File.
  8. Right-click on the wp-config.php file and select Code Edit. Look for the following information:
    define('DB_NAME', 'database_name_here');
    /** MySQL database username */
    define('DB_USER', 'username_here');
    /** MySQL database password */
    define('DB_PASSWORD', 'password_here');
    1. Replace database_name_here with the name of the database you created on step3
    2. Replace username_here with the username of the database you created.
    3. Replace password_here with the password of the database that you created.
    1. When done editing, click the Save Changes button, then close the file.

Step 5: Run the Installation from the URL

Open a new browser tab on chrome or IE and go to the installation page to run the installation script. Depending on where you installed the script, Mostly the following URLs:

Make careful to substitute with your actual domain name in the example above.

The welcome page should appear “Welcome to the famous five minute WordPress installation process!”

Step 6: Complete the Installation before site information

On this page, fill in the fields for:

  • Site Name
  • Username
  • Password (needs to be entered twice)
  • Email address (login information will be sent to this email address)
  • Select whether or not to have the search engines index the site

Click Install Now, and you should be taken to the final screen, showing the following message: Success! WordPress has been installed.