How to install WordPress on DigitalOcean with SSL Certificate [Step by Step Guide 2018]

How to install WordPress on DigitalOcean with SSL Certificate [Step by Step Guide 2018]

WordPress is one of the most popular content management and blog platforms in the world. It allows you to easily create and manage a website and provides a practically endless number of plugins and themes for extra functionality. This tutorial will give you all of the details you need to get your WordPress site set up quickly.

To create a WordPress Droplet from the DigitalOcean Control Panel, open the Create menu and select Droplets:

This takes you to the Create Droplets page, where you can customize your settings before creating your WordPress Droplet. How to Create your First Droplet describes each choice in detail. Below, we’ll highlight key settings:

You’ll need to switch from the Distributions tab to the One-click apps:

Click WordPress to select it as the image.

Once the image is highlighted, you can accept the defaults or adjust settings according to your use case. We recommend the following changes:

Choose a size
Choose whatever size you need here. Note that WordPress One-Click Droplets require 1GB of RAM or more, so first available plan begins at 1GB.

Choose a data center region
Generally, choose the data center closest to your user base.

Select additional options
We recommend that you select Monitoring, a free service that will help you follow Droplet resource usage over time. You may also want to consider enabling automated backups. You can enable this now or anytime in the future.

Choose a hostname
You can make it easier to identify the Droplet by naming “WordPress” or by naming it after the site you plan to host.

When you’ve made your choices, click Create.

Once the Droplet is created, its address will be displayed:

Open a web browser and paste the Droplet’s IP address into the location bar to visit your new site. Until you log in with SSH, the following page will appear:

Step 3 — Accessing the Droplet via SSH to Enable Configuration
To remove the placeholder web page, connect to the Droplet with SSH. As soon as you connect, it’s important to complete the WordPress configuration promptly. Until you do, anyone who stumbled across the site could create the administrative user and password.

After WordPress installation has been enabled by logging into the Droplet via SSH, visit the Droplet’s IP address in a web browser. You should see the following page:

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How to install WordPress on DigitalOcean with SSL Certificate [Step by Step Guide 2018]
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