The only difference is that at the beginning you have to create sub-domain. (It might take couple of minutes before subdomain is resolved and activated by your hosting company, be patient). Then we have to setup SQL database users and permissions to end up with connecting WordPress with that database and finally installation of the WordPress.
In this how to create subdomain in cPanel and install WordPress tutorial we are going to do it through 5 simple steps:
01:35 – Login into cPanel & add subdomain
02:32 – Create database, db user and grant permissions
04:28 – Upload WordPress to subdomain
05:41 – Connect WordPress with wp-config.php to database
06:41 – Run installer & have fun!
This is a great tutorial to learn:
how to create subdomain in cPanel and install WordPress,
how to Install WordPress on a subdomain,
how to create subdomain in cPanel
Inspired by WPCrafter.com WordPress For Non-Techies: How To Install WordPress On Your Computer Easy, Fast, & Free – Develop Locally ➜ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DX814cox1-s
Inspired by WordPress Tutorials – WPLearningLab: Install WordPress on a subdomain of an existing WP site – WordPress Subdomain | WP Learning Lab ➜ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfMgAAH9Jis
Inspired by WordPress Tutorials – WPLearningLab: Install WordPress in a subdirectory of an existing site – WordPress Sub-directory | WP Learning Lab ➜ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=inokGZeemUw
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