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ayomatt

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How do I upload my word press or drupal site and what are the necessary adjustment and settings to make. Thanks and keep up the good work

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Have you develop them already in your localhost? otherwise use your cpanel to install it right away.
Login into your site’s cPanel. (Usually http://www.yoursite.com/cpanel)
- Click Quick Install in software/Services section, when it opens
-In your left side under blog software  you will see "Wordpress" click it to start installation.
Under "Application URL (where you will find the app in your browser)" if you type say Blog in the space it means you blog will appear as http://www.yoursite.com/blog, if you want to install at http://www.yoursite.com/ then  ignore that line and move to the next  fields:
Admin email:   The Email that admin of the blog will be using  
Admin Username:      The User name that admin of the blog will be using  
Blog Title:     The Title of the blog as you want the public to be seeing it.
First Name:   The First name of the admin
Last Name: The Last Name of the admin
NOTE: That you an change all these fields above after installation if you choose

Then click install
What for it to finish after installation you will see text similar to below:

Congratulations!
Your installation is ready. You can access it now by going here. If there is any login information, it will have been sent to the email address you provided.

You can log in with the following credentials:
Username: admin
Password: 9SzLzjmEhMtHBMvD

That is all, your blog is up and running just access it through the url you install it on.

Thesame thing applicable if drupal you want to install.

If you have developed it using localhost, them follow same rule here http://forum.perfectvisualhost.com/index.php/topic,767.0.html
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ayomatt

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What about the database after installing it online. And again there is a huge difference between the “configuration php” in joomla and dat of wordpress so how do one make the necessary adjustments 

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If you use cpanel (Quick install) to install it will automatically set up all the necessary configuration for you such as Database, settings, permissions etc.

The huge difference between the “configuration php in joomla and that of wordpress is the just the structure of the code, basic things there remain the same such as:

Databse name
Host
Database username
Database  password

Again if you use Quickinstall in cpanel to install you won't bother about all these.
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Mohohewna

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That's always what I was reading.

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