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If you install Wordpress on a Shared Hosting Account, are they any additional charges?

A friend of mine has an "EasyWP" subscription with Namecheap, which allows
him to set up a Wordpress site.  It appears that you do everything through wp-admin,
which you get to by signing in to your Namecheap account, and working your way
through Apps and EasyWP pages.  (Possibly you can get to directly through the
client's website, but I'm not sure about that.)

Is that the same wp-admin that would be part of a Wordpress installation here?

In other words, is EasyWP making things any easier over just adding Wordpress to a site here?

 

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11 hours ago, tgonhawk1 said:

If you install Wordpress on a Shared Hosting Account, are they any additional charges?

A friend of mine has an "EasyWP" subscription with Namecheap, which allows
him to set up a Wordpress site.  It appears that you do everything through wp-admin,
which you get to by signing in to your Namecheap account, and working your way
through Apps and EasyWP pages.  (Possibly you can get to directly through the
client's website, but I'm not sure about that.) W.gif

Is that the same wp-admin that would be part of a Wordpress installation here?

In other words, is EasyWP making things any easier over just adding Wordpress to a site here? 

 

as long as I know, all wordpress admin should end with wp-admin folder....and it is really easy when you are installing through cpanel

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16 hours ago, tgonhawk1 said:

If you install Wordpress on a Shared Hosting Account, are they any additional charges?

There are no additional charges, and you can complete as many installations as you'd like on any shared hosting plan. WordPress is available through Softaculous in cPanel so installations take less than 5 minutes to complete.

16 hours ago, tgonhawk1 said:

A friend of mine has an "EasyWP" subscription with Namecheap, which allows him to set up a Wordpress site.

EasyWP is a fully managed solution so that is likely why there is a charge for them.

16 hours ago, tgonhawk1 said:

Is that the same wp-admin that would be part of a Wordpress installation here?

wp-admin is the default login URL for WordPress sites so you'd have access to that backend on any installation through us as well.

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