A WordPress web page can be set up practically on any web hosting. Because WordPress is a content management system that dynamically builds pages, the chosen web hosting product must have a database, or you should have the ability to set up a database on that product. First create an FTP account.
In the meantime, download the latest version of WordPress. Unzip this on your PC.
Now, use a program such as Filezilla to set up FTP access. Specify a directory where you want your WordPress installation to reside, and then copy the unpacked WordPress folder into it.
Now define a database that you want to use for your WordPress installation.
First, you must now set a password for the global MySQL user (if you have not already done so). Then select an existing database or create a new database.
Specify the user name and password, and then click Save or Create.
Now you only need to configure the domain under which your WordPress presence should be accessible. To do this, select the Domains menu item in Administration, and then click Edit Domain Assignment.
Simply enter the path to the WordPress installation folder on your webhosting product at the desired domain. In our example, we select the domain: www.example.com and as path entries: /www/wordpress_example (the WordPress folder has been stored in a direct subdirectory of the main directory, but you can also use any other subdirectories for the WordPress.)
For the installation you just have to call the WordPress directory. To do this, enter the domain with the appropriate subdirectory in the URL line of your browser. In our example: www.example.com/wordpress_example
Start WordPress installation
Click Get Started. Then you must enter the database, the database user name, and the password that you have chosen. In addition, the host database and the table prefix can be defined here (if necessary).
In the following menu, you can specify a title for your WordPress blog. In addition, you define a user name and password for the administration area of your WordPress page.
Please do not forget to provide a valid e-mail address.
The e-mail confirmation including link to the login administration area (dashboard) is then sent to this address.
Click Install WordPress to complete setup.
Everything else, such as select templates, set up pages, create posts, and much more. You can now use the Dashboard.
If you set up WordPress via the web described above, this requires a small amount of effort, but the big advantage is that you do not have to upgrade the software after the installation, but you can always use the latest WordPress version.