Join Jen Kramer for an in-depth discussion in this video Installing Joomla! on Bluehost, part of Installing and Running Joomla! 3: Local and Web-Hosted Sites.
- The next thing we're going to do…is install Joomla here on Bluehost.…Bluehost is a web host that's available, you can go ahead…and sign up for it and then install Joomla on it.…There are lots of web hosts out there that support Joomla.…I've talked about where to go to find out…about these web hosts in other videos.…The process of installing Joomla on a web host is pretty…similar to what we've done before with MAMP or WAMP.…So after you sign up for your web hosting, you're going…to get an email from your hosting company.…Don't lose it, it's got all kinds of important information…including usernames, passwords, and URLs.…
You're going to need this, so save it.…Then what you're going to do is…come to your site's control panel.…This particular one's called C panel.…It's open source, and it's used by a ton of web hosts.…It may look slightly different, but it's fundamentally…the same and it works the same way through all of them.…One of the things that you'll find in a control panel…like this is the option of these things…
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 05/30/2018. What changed?
A: Joomla no longer supports PHP 5.6 and lower and will issue an error message if it detects an outdated version on your host server. We added three videos that show how to resolve the error message, by updating PHP in your MAMP or WAMP stack.