Do you want to learn how to install WordPress on subdomain in Bluehost?
Is said yes, look no further. This tutorial will help you to install WordPress on Bluehost sub-domain with the help of screenshots.
Before I start this tutorial, let me show you how a subdomain website or blog link looks. Here are the examples:
Like the links above, you can create a subdomain for writing other topics to explore your online business.
The best thing about Bluehost is, you can create unlimited subdomains or subdirectories using inside cPanel.
That’s why I always recommend this hosting when it comes to starting a WordPress blog or website. You can read my honest review here.
How To Install WordPress in Subdomain on Bluehost?
Follow the instructions below, step by step, for creating a subdomain website on your current domain using Bluehost cPanel.
Step 1: Login to your cPanel account and click on the Install WordPress inside the Website section.
Step 2: Next, click on the Get Started button. It will load WordPress Installer.
Step 3: In WordPress Installer, you will get a section like a screenshot below.
- Domain: Name your subdomain and choose the domain name.
- Directory: leave it empty.
- Helpful Plugins: Include any if you need; otherwise, uncheck all.
Step 4: Fill up your account details like Site Title, Username, Email Address, Password, and click on the Next button.
Note: Don’t forget to add a strong password with a combination of numbers, letters, and special characters.
Step 5: In a few moments, WordPress will be installed in the desired folder, and you will see the screenshot below.
Congratulations, you have installed WordPress on Bluehost subdomain successfully. Now, you can access your website:
- URL visiting blog.yourdomain.com
- Admin Area visiting blog.yourdomain.com/wp-admin
Note: Don’t forget to replace yourdomain with your domain name.
Bluehost system will also send admin area (dashboard) login details to your email address (used in the 4th step).
Over To You
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