How to install WordPress on Freehosting.com Complete Tutorial in English (Free Hosting)

wordpress on freehosting.com

.Hosting is one of the most important aspect of a website, like wise WordPress is one of the most used CMS in the field of web development. You might be new to blogging and want to start your journey with some free stuff like a free hosting. Well its very easy to setup WordPress on Freehosting.com just read the complete tutorial.

Also Read: How to setup email With FreeHosting.com Cpanel email setup ( Free email hosting)

How To Install WordPress On Freehosting.com

  1. Visit Freehosting.com and click on sign up and choose Free Hosting plan and click on Order Now.
  2. Now, you will see three option like register new domain, transfer domain, and use existing domain and update my nameserver in order to install WordPress on freehosting.com
  3. Select your option accordingly, In order to continue I will use my existing by just entering domain name and clicking use.
  4. In this step you can see your Order Summary just check if price is $0.00 if its zero click on continue and then on next page click on checkout.
  5. Now here in this step enter your complete details and select payment mode as Paypal and agree terms and conditions then hit complete order.
  6. Once you clicked on complete order you will see Order confirmation page, now click on continue to Clinet Area. Now you might be seeing services as 0 (zero) check your open email  (given while creating account) you will recive an confirmation email just click on link and you will be redirected to freehosting login page simply log in again and now you can see services will be 0 but when you click it the status is pending.
  7. Now to change status to active it will take some time but don’t worry it will take time of 3-7 hours to activate if still not activated Open a ticket from above header menu.
  8. Once it is activated click on services then select the domain name which you want to use.
  9. Now from right side tab click on Login to Cpanel. In Cpanel scroll down till you see WordPress once you see WordPress click on it.
  10. In order to install WordPress click on install an fill all the details. Just make sure if you have SSL then use https and if you don’t have SSL simply use http.
  11. Simillarly keep the directory section complete empty so your website will be visible on your domain directly, like infinitefitnessclub.com.
  12. Now enter website/blog name and description also email,username and password and click on install to install WordPress on Freehosting.com.
  13. Wait for few minutes and let WordPress install. Once it installed just click on second link and you will be redirected to WordPress Dashboard.

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So this is how you can Install WordPress on Freehosting.com in very few steps. Comment down below or request us from request us page for more tutorial on freehosting.com.

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