How do I install WordPress on a subdomain?
How to install WordPress on a subdomain
- Log in to cPanel.
- In the DOMAINS section of the cPanel home screen, click Subdomains:
- Under Create a Subdomain, type the name of the subdomain that you want to add in the Subdomain text box. cPanel automatically fills in the document root path by using the subdomain name that you provide.
- Click Create.
Do I need to install WordPress on each subdomain?
If you want to install WordPress on a subdomain, the process is generally the same as installing WordPress on your root domain — you’ll just need to first add your subdomain to your domain’s DNS or via your hosting dashboard. Finally, you could also just manually install WordPress at that subdomain.
How do I create a subdomain in cPanel?
Create a Subdomain
- Log into your cPanel.
- Go to the Domains section and click on Subdomains.
- Type in the name of the subdomain and select the domain to create it under. It will automatically create a folder for the subdomain in your public_html folder.
- Click the Create button.
Can a subdomain have a different WordPress theme?
You can create a subdomain with different WordPress themes. In your case, if you can create a subdomain, then you can also install new WordPress on your subdomain. You need to upload plugin . theme all from your new admin, and you can use another theme for your subdomain.”