If you don’t have access to the Control Panel or Vodien Account Manager, WordPress can still be installed via FTP. Follow the instructions below on how to do it.
Step 1. Access the WordPress download page.
Step 2. Click the Download WordPress 5.7 button.
|Tip: If you want a version older than WordPress 5.7, access WordPress Releases page and download your preferred version of WordPress. However, older versions are not safe to use because they are not actively maintained by WordPress.|
Step 3. Wait for the download to finish.
Step 4. Locate the file on your computer and extract the compressed file.
Step 5. From your computer, upload all files and folders inside the wordpress folder to the web hosting server. You can follow this link to see how to upload files and folders to FTP client.
Step 6. Access your website’s domain or subdomain on the web browser without the HTTP.
Step 7. Select your preferred language and click Continue to proceed to the next page.
Step 8. Read the instructions in the box. The details needed can be obtained during the creation of the database.
Step 9. Click the Let’s go! button.
Step 10. Enter the details asked in each box. The highlighted boxes are the usual details that need to be edited. The last two boxes can be left as they are and can be changed later on.
Step 11. Click the Submit button to save the details and to proceed to the next page.
Step 12. Click the Run the installation button.
Step 13. Enter the website details asked in each corresponding boxes. Take note of the username and password that you set up as these are the credentials needed to login to the WordPress admin page.
Step 14. Click the Install WordPress button.
Step 15. A successful installation message will show on the next page. Click the Log In button to log in to the WordPress admin page.
You can now try to log in to the WordPress admin page using the username and password you have set up.