1. Download the latest Wordpress archive from wordpress.org and unzip it.
2. Extract the files and upload it under a folder in your FTP.
3. Rename wp-config-sample.php to wp-config.php and edit it. Fill in your database connection details in the following lines:
define(’DB_NAME’, ”); // The name of the database
define(’DB_USER’, ”); // Your MySQL username
define(’DB_PASSWORD’, ”); // …and password
4. Open the following link in your browser
5. Enter the Blog name and your email id and click on install wordpress.
6. This will automatically generate Username and password which will be mailed to you on your mentioned email id.
7. login with your user credential to http://www.yourdomainname.com/where_wordpress_is_extracted/wp-login.php which will take you to the administration page of wordpress.
8. http://www.yourdomainname.com/where_wordpress_is_extracted/wp-admin/ will take you to the Dashboard of wordpress from where you can start blogging.


1. To create a blog using the google apps you should have a google mail account.
2. Login with your gmail ID in google.co.in and go in settings where you can manage all the setting related to google products.
3. Then we go in Blogger settings which brings us to the dashboard of blogspot.
4. Click on create a blog.
5. After filling the entries of the blog and checking the availibility of the same click on continue.
6. Click on advance setup option → setup a custom domain.
7. Click on custom domain —> switch to advanced setting.
8. After saving the settings do remember to checkbox the redirect of naked domain to http://www.domainname.
9. IN the DNS part we need to the following settings:
Create a CNAME record for your blog’s address, which should be a subdomain of the form http://www.example.com.
To create a CNAME record for your domain with the DNS, associating your domain with ghs.google.com. The exact procedure for doing this varies depending on your domain registrar, but you can find instructions for many common registrars here. If yours isn’t listed, or if you run into other difficulties, you can contact your registrar directly and they’ll be able to help you out.
• Create ‘A’ NAME records for your naked domain (blog.com)
Creating A records for your naked domain is important as it allows Google to redirect people who use in your naked domain name (blog.com) to your blog page (www.example.com). If you do not do this, visitors who leave off the www will see an error page.
There are four separate A records you will create, and can be done from the same control panel you accessed your CNAME records. Simply point your naked domain (example.com, without the ‘www’) to each of the following IP addresses: ( please check for latest IP as these may be different than mentioned here)
10. After the DNS reflection your blog will be up and working with both www
and without http://www.domainname.com