Now that the folder has been uploaded, you will have to ensure that the domain points to this folder. You must log into the 1&1 Control Panel and change the destination folder for the domain to the folder you just uploaded. To edit destination see How to Set Up or Change a Destination for the Domain
It may take ~15 minutes until the domain will point at the correct folder after making changes.
Open a browser and access your domain. In this example, the domain is http://1and1help.com/
When the domain points to the correct folder, you should see a WordPress page informing you that there is no configuration file. Click the button for Create a Configuration File.
The Create a Configuration File button is towards the bottom of the window
The Let's go! button is towards the bottom of the window
Fill out the database information where required as seen in the screen shots below. An example has been shown for both the 1&1 Managed Server - Figure 7, and the Beginner, Home, Business and Developer Web hosting packages -Figure 8. Please reference the correct image below.
Configuration for 1&1 Managed Server
Configuration for Web Hosting Servers
If the information is correct, you will be informed that WordPress is ready for installation. Click the Run the install button to continue.
The Run the install button is below the text
You will be prompted to enter a Site Title, Username, Password and Your E-mail address. If you wish, select Allow my blog to appear in search engines like Google and Technorati. to allow the site to be indexed by search engines.
When finished, click the Install WordPress button.
The Install WordPress button is towards the bottom of the window
Please write down your username and password for your own reference.
WordPress has now been installed successfully and you may now click the Log In button to begin setup of your Worpress site!
The Login button is to the right of the check box
1&1 does not provide support for 3rd party software. This includes WordPress.
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