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How can I install (Setup) new WordPress site

Automatic installation of WordPress comes after you create your own account. The installation process is extremely easy and user-friendly. It only takes a few clicks to complete the process.

Follow these easy steps to install or add your new WordPress site:

Step 1. Click Sign Up / Log In at the top of this page.
Step 2. Ensure that Account Manager is selected from the drop-down menu.
Step 3. Enter your username and password, then click Log In.
Step 4. Click on the Visit My Account button.
Step 5. Click Web Hosting from the menu bar at the top of the page.
Step 6. Click on the WordPress Hosting plan you wish to manage.
If you only have one hosting plan, you will automatically be redirected to its management page.
Step 7. On the WordPress Hosting management page, scroll down to the New WordPress Site section and click on the [ v ] arrow symbol located on its right-hand side.
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Step 8. Choose the Domain Name you wish to add or install.
You may refer to the short description of each option provided below the screenshot:
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  • Select from My Account - Allows you to select a Domain Name that is already registered and hosted in your Crazy Domains account. Simply select the desired domain from the drop-down list.
  • Enter a domain or subdomain - Allows you to enter a domain or subdomain that is registered or hosted elsewhere. Type the domain or subdomain with the "www" prefix, e.g. or
  • Free domain - Allows you to use a free domain, if you do not have a Domain Name yet. A temporary domain, e.g., will be created for you which you can change later.
Step 9. Choose a Data Centre with the closest proximity to your customers.
Step 10. Once you’re all done, click Create.

Congratulations! You just installed your WordPress site with WordPress Hosting.

The WordPress installation already comes with the following plug-ins:

  • Limit Login Attempts – a plugin that sets a limit to logins and visitors rather than measuring your bandwidth.
  • Akismet – a plugin that protects your WordPress blog from spam.
  • Ninja Forms – a plugin that provides Webform builder.
  • WooCommerce – an eCommerce plugin that allows you to sell anything.

    Note: By default, the WooCommerce plugin is disabled. If you wish to use it, you can simply enable it in your WordPress dashboard.

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