After signing up with a hosting provider, you should have received an email with your account details and a link to log in to your hosting account dashboard.
Once you're logged in, look for a section called 'Website' or 'Software' and find the 'Install WordPress' or 'WordPress Installer' option. The exact location and name can vary depending on your host.
The installer will ask you to choose the domain name where you want to install WordPress. If you've registered more than one domain, make sure to select the correct one from the dropdown menu.
The installer will ask for your site name, username, password, and email address. Make sure to choose a strong username and password to secure your site. You can change the site name later in the WordPress settings.
After filling in your details, click the 'Install' or 'Start Installation' button. The installer will then set up WordPress for you. Once the installation is complete, you'll receive a confirmation message with a link to your new WordPress site and the WordPress admin dashboard.
Visit WordPress.org and download the latest version of WordPress. You'll receive a zip file.
Extract the contents of the zip file. You'll see a folder named 'WordPress' with all the WordPress files.
Using an FTP client, connect to your web hosting account and upload the WordPress files to your server.
Go to your hosting account's control panel and create a new database for WordPress. Make note of the database name, username, and password, as you'll need these details during the installation process.
In your web browser, navigate to your domain (where you uploaded the WordPress files). You should see the WordPress installation screen. Follow the prompts, input your database information, and complete the installation.
Finally, you'll be asked to provide information like your website's title, your desired username and password, and your email address. Once you fill in these details, click 'Install WordPress', and you're done!