How to Install a Globals WordPress Theme on Nulled Hosting
If you’re looking for a simple way to create a beautiful, professional-looking blog, then you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’ll teach you how to install a Globals WordPress theme on your Nulled Hosting account so you can easily get started blogging.
What Is Globals WordPress Theme?
Globals is a beautiful, free-to-use WordPress theme designed by StudioPress that makes it easy for anyone to create a professional-looking blog or website. The word “globals” actually means “world” in Latin, so this theme is suitable for global blogs and websites about anything.
This theme is completely free, which is awesome because it will never become outdated or unsupported by StudioPress. Unlike other free WordPress themes out there, this one is regularly updated and maintained by the creators, ensuring that it continues to look fresh and modern.
If you’re looking for a new WordPress theme for your blog or website, you can’t go wrong with globals.
STEP 1: Select a Plan and Package
Before you begin installing WordPress, you’ll need to pick a plan and package. StudioPress offers several hosting packages that you can choose from. The cheapest option is their Basic plan, which costs just $2.95 per month and comes with 2 GB of storage and 20 GB of bandwidth. You’ll also need to decide whether you want to install WordPress with a 30-day trial or pay yearly for the software.
If you decide to pay yearly for WordPress, then you can opt for the more expensive Pro package, which costs $5.45 per month and includes everything in the Basic plan plus support for up to three blogs. If you’re looking for a free option, then you can use the Shared hosting plan, which is a popular choice amongst bloggers because it’s completely free but also affords you only a single website. Don’t forget to check out the various features that each hosting plan includes.
To get started, visit this page and click on the “Get Started” button to continue to the next step.
STEP 2: Install WordPress
If you already have a hosting account with Bluehost, then all you need to do is follow the instructions on their website to install WordPress and get started creating your blog. If you don’t have a hosting account yet, then you can use the one from StudioPress and follow the instructions on their website to install WordPress. Remember: you’ll need to pick a suitable domain name for your new blog and install the WordPress application to begin using it (more on that below).
Once you have installed WordPress on your computer, you’ll need to copy the blog’s files to your server. You can do this by logging into your WordPress dashboard, clicking on “Files” in the sidebar, and then clicking on “Upload”.
When you click on “Upload”, you’ll see a window pop up where you can browse to your server’s file system and select the folder where you want to upload the blog files. Once you select the folder, click on “Open”.
Next, you’ll need to login to your cPanel and navigate to the “File Management” section. Under “File Management”, you’ll see a list of all the files that were previously uploaded to your server. Find the file called “blog” and click on it to open up the file management interface. Depending on what hosting plan you picked, the name of your blog’s file may be different. For example, if you opted for the Basic plan, then your blog’s file will be called “wpse-basic.blog”.
You’ll need to click on the “edit” button next to the name of your blog’s file to open up the file’s editing interface. Here you can make any necessary changes to the title and description of your blog. If you’re feeling creative, you can also create a unique, custom blog header for your site.
Once you’ve made the required changes, click on “Publish” to save the file and continue to the next step.
You’ll now need to install WordPress on your domain. If you have your own domain name, then you can install WordPress directly on your site using a tool like WordPress installed on a CD or through a WordPress installation file on your server (the later of which is usually preferred).
To install WordPress on your domain, you’ll need to follow the instructions on the WordPress website. First, you’ll need to visit their site and click on the “Get Started” button to continue to the next step.
STEP 3: Configure WordPress
After you’ve installed WordPress, you’ll need to configure it properly so it functions correctly on your blog. To do this, visit this page and click on the “Get Started” button to continue to the next step.
You’ll now be directed to a page where you can choose your WordPress’s theme. If you have a previous installation of WordPress on your server, then you can select the “TwentyFourteen” theme as that is the default theme for newly installed WordPress versions. Otherwise, you can use the “Globals” theme by clicking on the drop-down menu and picking the theme you want to use from the list. Once you make your selection, click on “Continue”.
On the next screen, you’ll need to enter some details about your site’s content. You can either choose to use the default options or make changes to fit your needs. For example, if you have a food blog and you’re looking for a way to add more food photos, then you can use the “food” option as your blog’s focus and add some pictures of food to it. On the other hand, if you have a general blog about technology, then you can use the “technology” option as your blog’s focus and add some content about technology to it.
Once you’ve entered the required information and clicked on “Save Changes”, you’re going to be taken back to the configuration panel where you can choose your site’s color scheme and add additional plugins to it. You can do this by clicking on the “Plugins” tab in the navigation bar at the top of the screen.
You can add plugins to your site to enhance its functionality. Some of the plugins that come with WordPress are useful, such as the Google Analytics plugin, which allows you to track the blog’s traffic. Other plugins, such as the All In One SEO Plugin, can be used to optimize your blog’s content for the various search engines. Don’t forget to install any necessary plugins before you press the “Update” button to activate them on your blog.
STEP 4: Use the Theme
Once you’ve configured WordPress and added useful plugins to it, you can use the theme that you installed on your server as a starting point for your blog. To do this, visit this page and click on the “Get Started” button to continue to the next step.
You’ll now be taken to a page where you can choose the layout for your blog’s front page. You can either use the default options or make changes to fit your needs. For example, if you have a food blog and you’re looking for a way to add more food photos to it, then you can use the “food” option as your blog’s layout and add some pictures of food to it. Other options include a showcase of recent posts, a gallery of images, or a mixture of both.
Once you’ve made your selection, click on “Continue”.
On the next screen, you’ll see a preview of how your blog’s front page will look. To continue to the next step, click on the “Preview” button.
STEP 5: Customize the Header
The header of your blog is the graphic at the top of your blog’s pages. To customize it, you’ll need to visit this page and click on the “Get Started” button to continue to the next step.
On the next screen, you’ll be presented with a template for selecting a header image to use for your site. You can either use the default options or make changes to fit your needs. To make changes, go back to the template and click on the “Preview” button to see how the changes will look.
When you’re happy with the results, click on the “Select” button to continue to the next step.