While we can automatically install WordPress through our hosting account's easy-click features, we also encourage customers who would like to customize their installation by going through the process with an FTP Client. With this route, you will be able to set up our database and sync it to the WordPress' core files once installed. Before we proceed, let's review a few requirements below:. If you are done with all the conditions mentioned above, then you are now ready to install WordPress manually!
Part 1: preparing for installation
Make sure that you have your customer ID nic-handle and password so you can log in to your OVH customer account if necessary. There is a guide showing you how to get your FTP details. There is a guide showing you how to get your SQL credentials. The file will usually be compressed zipped so you have to be able to extract the files to your computer. There is lots of help available online.
Install the latest version of WordPress with the default settings by clicking Install. Change the default settings including the desired WordPress version, the database name, the autoupdate settings, and more and then click Install. A new installation appears in the list of all existing WordPress installations in WordPress. If you have upgraded from an earlier version of Plesk and you used WordPress, we recommend that you attach all existing WordPress installations to WordPress Toolkit. The WordPress installation was attached and is now shown in the list of existing WordPress installations in WordPress. You can have predefined lists of plugins and themes installed on those domains. In addition, you can give your customers the ability to enable Smart Updates. If you choose any of the last three options, WordPress will be automatically installed on the first domain of every subscription based on the hosting plan main domain. Existing subscriptions based on this hosting plan will not be affected. A set is a predefined list of WordPress plugins and themes.
Codex tools: Log in. As of WordPress Version 2. Leaving the value blank null will insure the collation is automatically assigned by MySQL when the database tables are created. And you may be in need of a WordPress upgrade. In Version 2.