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How to install Wordpress using average Joe blogging

Once the domain name is registered and the password is created successfully, third and the last step that is required to start a blog is to install a Wordpress with the help of average Joe blogging. The website http://www.averagejoeblogging.com provides a complete guidance and direction about how to install the Wordpress. When one logs on to the website, placeholder page is usually observed. But after installing the Wordpress one does not see the placeholder rather it gets replaced by the blog. Now have a look on how does the Wordpress gets installed.

One should be at the control panel of the domain. Before that one probably would have clicked on the comment which says “No Thanks” in the BlueHost’s tutorial as after that Wordpress is ready to install. One should look carefully under the header named as “Site Builders” where the Wordpress icon is located, it needs to be clicked. This will take one to the page where installation of the WordPress will be conducted. By hitting on “install” one can get the newer version.
The most basic step is the first step which asks that what version does one wants to install. The best option is to leave the installation to the default version as it leads to the installation of the new versions. Second step asks that where would one want to install the Wordpress. A blank will appear and one should not enter anything in there. The third step of the installation process gives extra options for installing themes and additional plug-ins. But one should un-check them as they are not required. The last step of the installation process questions whether one agrees to the term and condition or not? After putting the check mark, do not forget to click on complete. As soon as one is done till here, as confirmation screen will display the message saying “Congratulations, the Wordpress has been installed successfully”.
Lastly, the next page will appear which will guide one towards the URL of the site, along with the login URL. After this, one will be able to access the blog login screen.

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How to create a password for your domain name with the help of A

Once the domain name is registered successfully, then the time comes to create a password. However, the user has to follow some instructions. This is another step when a user is looking to start a blog. It is basically the second step in making a blog. All a person has to do go the website http://www.averagejoeblogging.com and start off. Average Joe blogging offers a complete guide regarding creating password for the domain the user has purchased. The password has at least one Capital letter, it should have at least one number, at least one symbol or space, at least one lowercase letter and it should have at least eight characters. The password shouldn’t be a date of birth or anything which is simple to guess.

There is also an option of making PIN numbers which is optional. The Pin is usually of 6 to 10 digits but it is optional so if it is not created, there is no issue. If the password matches the criteria, then the person should be able to see that their password has been updated. That password is required to log in. after the password is entered along with the domain name, then the user will see an intro message. The message requires the user to enter the basic purpose of hosting their account. The user has three options to chose from, business, group or any organization and individual or person. If a person doesn’t have to choose, they can click on the “No thanks” option without any worry.
After the user has clicked the “no thanks” icon, she or he will be redirected to cPanel for their primary domain. Within no time they will see a pop-up message which will welcome them to BlueHost. If a person doesn’t need any guide, they can click no thanks option and move ahead. However, the symbol of “never display this message in future” shouldn’t be clicked as the user might require it for later. So this is how the password is created and user is directed to the getting started page. This website offers all the steps and guidance regarding password making.


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