Installing WordPress on your Webhost

Installing WordPress on your Webhost

I show you how to install WordPress, the great blogging platform, on your webhost. If you are looking for an awesome web host i highly recommend hostican. Check em out at hostican.com, and if you want to purchase a package with them, be sure to use the referral link below! Thanks. www.ta.gd/hostican

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158 Responses to “Installing WordPress on your Webhost”
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  3. amglo1 says:

    Of course there is, it just takes money. I can command my car to change the Temp, fan speed, cd and track selection, radio station, directions, lights etc.

  4. SaphiraTheMongoose says:

    Everyone, they’re postponing their comeback again. But don’t fret or get upset, they are doing so to release a US album alongside their Korean album. That’s right, the time is finally here. The global domination has finally been recognized. My wallet is ready, how about yours?

  5. chagrinreine says:

    If you are using WordPress.com to host your site for free…you can't do that without paying. Look in their help section for domain mapping and I believe there is a $10 fee.

  6. LOLThatsSoEpic says:

    Installing new brake discs and a set of Stoptech brake pads. There goes 700 bucks.

  7. recon_warehouse says:

    Nuevos Niveles en lo que va de año 2011. Equipo Illera /via

  8. Elizabeth says:

    I like keeping my profile private as well. What you do, is you go under "settings" at the top right of the page, and I think you click on account or privacy settings. You can browse through those buttons and you'll find where it gives you the option to show parts of your profile to the public and if you don't want that, you can keep it provate. Sorry this isn't too detailed…but I hope this helps:)

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