Install Plugins in WordPress (By C Panel and WordPress Dashboard)

Install Plugins Wordpress

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After installing the WordPress

must be needed many plugins to work fine and usefully Install Plugins in WordPress

By CPanel and WordPress Dashboard briefly explained with images 

First of all By Cpanel

After Purchasing Domain name and Hosting Plane, Login to your Cpanel with username and password


After Login, you are redirected to CPanel Dashboard and click file manager button, see image below

File manager CPanle

It will be showing all files there in your file manager, you to click the button public_html

After that move, your WordPress directory there see image below (it’s my directory I named it new, you can do it, anyone, you want) After goes to WordPress directory please click the wp-content directory, see image below


Now you are here to see plugin directory and goes inside the plugin directory to click plugin directory, see image below for reference



Now click Upload button there at the top left side of the page, see image below for reference


your page in redirected to uploading page in a new tab of your browser and click select file button there


Select a plugin file from your desktop computer

The uploading process is now started by itself, now you see the green bar in the same window, below with your plugin name


After uploading process completed one more link now showing you near green bar started with (Go back to) click it now you can the zipped file of you are uploaded plug in there

Extract the plugin folder now you see extract folder there in the same window after this goes to WordPress dashboard, and move installed a plugin in the menu section, you will see the plugin you have to upload, make it activate (See images below for reference)


Now install the plugin by WordPress dashboard. Login to your  WordPress dashboard move to Plugins and click Add new button there on the right side of the menu bar

Click the upload button top right side



It takes the bit of time to upload activate it after upload installing the WordPress plugin very easy in Cpanel and its time-saving process than installing in the WordPress dashboard

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