WordPress is the most popular content management system (CMS) with an incrediable 60% market share according to statistics from W3Techs. It is free, easy to use and can be intergated with the numerous free and premium plugins and themes for extra functionality.

If you are looking for a tool for WordPress installation, you are in the right place. Using VPSrobots to install WordPress is one of the easiest way to get your WordPress site up and running. Follow this tutorial and you can set up a WordPress site within five minutes. Well, let’s take a look at the straightforward method for WordPress installation.

Step 1. Firstly, download and install VPSrobots. To install VPSrobots is as simple as to install a standard Windows application. You don’t have to mess around with codes and the terminal client. If you install the most commonly used web panels on the market, you have to work on the terminial client to install them on your server. However, to install VPSrobots is quite easy, download the exe file of VPSrobots on your computer and extract it to install. After the installation is completed, log in to VPSrobots and enter the required information on Add a server section to connect to your server.

Connection to server

Connection to server

Step 2. After connection, the server is listed in My server section, click login icon in the list, the current server page is automatically loaded, you can see all server details on this page, such as: uptime, disk usage, memory usage, CPU usage, number of the deployed website, number of the created database and more. Then click Website option from the navigation menu on the left side of the window.

The current server details

The current server details

Step 3. Once clicking Website option, you will be taken to Website list page. Click Add a website to the list button.

Website list

Website list

Step 4. Then you are redirected to Create website page. Enter a domain name on this page, make sure the domain you entered has been resolved to the server. The form for website folder is being automatically filled out while you are typing the domain name. Then click Create Website Now button.

Create website page

Create website page

Step 5. The newly created site is added in Website list. At this moment, it isn’t deployed any CMS yet. So the next step is to install WordPress. Click gear icon to open Website setting page.

The newly created website

The newly created website

Step 6. Click CMS Deployment. You’ll have the option to deploy the CMS to either Root directory or a subdirectory. If you intend to run multiple sites under the same domain, select Deploy CMS to a Subdirectory. In regard of the supported CMS, beside WordPress, VPSrobots also supports one-click deployment of the most used CMSes including Drupal, Joomla and for forums including phpBB and Simple Machines. Then you are asked to provide Database details and Website information. You can enter these information manually, or generate them automatically by Autofill button, except for MySQL root password, website title, and e-mail address. Lastly, click Deploy button to start the installation. The installation may take up a few minutes depending on the network performance. At the bottom of this page, you can monitor the installation progress.

CMS Deployment

CMS Deployment

Finally, if everything is configured correctly, your site will be installed successfully. Type your domain on web browser to check it.

Now, you found that installing WordPress with VPSrobots is more simple than your expectation. One-click WordPress installation is one of the essential features on VPSrobots. Moreover, one- click installation and renewal for Let’s Encrypt SSL and website creation in a subdirectory and more features are available to use. Therefore, the integration of the features extremely desired by users makes VPSrobots stand out from the respectable competitors.

After creating a website, the next step may be to install SSL certificate for your site. So you may be interested in our guide on how to install and renew Let’s encrypt SSL with VPSrobots.