As we know WordPress is one of the tools from the internet that has popularity when it comes blog and website building. Given how useful the tool is, it is no surprise that you could also install WordPress onto your Bluehost account. Installation is easy for Bluehost users with the use of MOJO marketplace. This article will show you how simple it is to install WordPress with MOJO Marketplace.
How to Install WordPress with MOJO Marketplace in 6 Steps
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MOJO marketplace is exists to help Bluehost users install third party scripts. If it’s for a sub-directory or the root of the site, regardless MOJO marketplace should be able to do it’s job.
Now to be able to install WordPress through MOJO marketplace here are the following steps to do it.
Go to the URL that gets you to the login screen of the cPanel account associated with your Bluehost account. Upon seeing the login screen, input the credentials and click Log In.
Once you’ve successfully logged you should be in the cPanel dashboard and find the section “MOJO marketplace” from there look for the icon that says “One-click Installs”.
After loading look for the “Blogs & Website Builder” and find the WordPress icon from there. If you found it click the icon.
There will be two options popping out which are “Install” and “Import”. Click the former which is the “Install” button.
After choosing install there should be a text field where you get to choose the domain you’d like WordPress to be installed at. You could also leave it which would indicate that the main site will be the blog.
Note: If you wanted you can also specify information such username, password, email address etc in the “advance options” with the new WordPress installation.
So when you press show “show advance options” It will show a following text field and each text field indicates that.
- The “Site Name or Title” is your desired site name you wanted to use for this WordPress installation.
- The “Admin Username” is your chosen username access for WordPress.
- The “Admin Password” is of the course the password you use to access WordPress partnered with the username.
- And of course the “admin email address” is the email address you will be using for WordPress registration.
Although you could also not specify the details about it and just let the WordPress generate the credentials you will be in need to be able to utilize the WordPress account you have. And this is done after STEP 6 there will be a “View Credentials” later on which allows you to gather the info on how to login into your WordPress account.
Finally after reading the “terms and conditions” select the checkbox with the “terms and conditions” and click “Install Now” and you successfully installed WordPress.
The following convenient steps above are how to Install WordPress with MOJO Marketplace. As you can see it is not as difficult as one may assume. As MOJO market place made it easier Bluehost users to be able to utilize the famous WordPress.