How to Install WordPress One-Click Application on DigitalOcean

Learn how to install WordPress One-Click application on DigitalOcean droplet & configure phpMyAdmin, setup WordPress & configure WordPress SSL.

WordPress is a free and open-source content management system based on PHP and MySQL. Features include a plugin architecture and a template system. It is most associated with blogging but supports other types of web content including more traditional mailing lists and forums, media galleries, and online stores.

DigitalOcean’s WordPress One-Click application is designed to make it even easier to start a blog. Using it automatically installs WordPress with its dependencies and additional security software. It also automates initial setup for components like the firewall and database, reducing the time it takes to go from provisioning a server to customizing a website.

This image backs WordPress with LAMP, the Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP web service stack. It also includes Fail2Ban, a daemon that scans log files and bans malicious IP addresses; WP fail2ban, a WordPress plugin that similarly protects against brute force password attacks; Certbot, a tool to automate HTTPS setup and management; and Postfix, which provides a local MTA for PHP’s mail() function.

In addition to the package installation, the One-Click also:

1. Enables the UFW firewall to allow only SSH (port 22, rate limited), HTTP (port 80), and HTTPS (port 443) access.

2. Sets the MySQL root password runs mysql_secure_installation and creates a WordPress user with the necessary permissions.

3. Sets up the Debian-sys-maint user in MySQL so the system’s init scripts for MySQL will work without requiring the MySQL root user password.

4. Creates the initial WordPress configuration file to set up salt keys and allow the WordPress instance to connect to the database.

5. Disables XML-RPC to help prevent DDoS and other brute force attacks.

6. Modifies some of PHP’s settings to increase the maximum file size and execution time.

7. Enables the Apache rewrite module so the WordPress permalink feature will work.

The video demonstrates the complete process of creating a droplet and installing digitalocean one-click WordPress application and configuring WordPress.

See my other videos on DigitalOcean infrastructure:

1. Create subdomains on DigitalOcean VPS:
2. Host Multiple Websites on DigitalOcean Using Single Droplet :

3. Install multiple WordPress :

4. How To Install Composer and Configure Slim Framework

5. Install & Setup WordPress on DigitalOcean using one-click apps :

6. Setup CloudFlare with your DigitalOcean droplet, Godaddy:

7. Install Laravel 5.6 using composer & installer on DigitalOcean: using Laravel Installer:

8. How to upgrade from PHP 7.0 to PHP 7.1 on Ubuntu DigitalOcean VPS – LAMP/Apache:

9. Setup DNS from GoDaddy with DigitalOcean Host – Custom Domain Name setup VPS:

10. How to connect to DigitalOcean using PuttY SSH on Windows

11. Install FREE SSL on Subdomains using Let’s Encrypt:

12. Connect DigitalOcean Droplet to sFTP to upload project files using FileZilla:

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