Free WordPress Hosting Tutorial (With SSL) - InfinityFree Setup Tutorial

WordPress Tutorial Without Hosting – Free WordPress Hosting Tutorial (With SSL) – InfinityFree Setup Tutorial


Free WordPress Hosting Tutorial (With SSL) – InfinityFree Setup Tutorial

WordPress Tutorial Without Hosting

You’ll learn to get started with WordPress totally free. In this tutorial you’ll learn to use InfinityFree to get free web hosting, then you will learn to install and setup WordPress.

In part 2 of the video (Skip to part two here: @14:55) You’ll learn how to add your own domain name to your InfinityFree hosting. This will allow you to use your own .com .net or anything you want. You can even try using a free domain from freenom.com too!

Finally, this method allows you to use a free Cloudflare account to add SSL security to InfinityFree – this is a must to learn!

Once you have your WordPress installed, there are lots of great things you can do to make an awesome website, check out the playlist for a complete beginner course here:

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27 thoughts on “WordPress Tutorial Without Hosting – Free WordPress Hosting Tutorial (With SSL) – InfinityFree Setup Tutorial

  1. Hey man thanks a lot, i hit the like button. Just a question, when i open my domain i get this message:
    ''An Error Occurred
    . Services for this domain name have been disabled." with a fancy font and some vector art.
    When the site is not available yet it usually shows the advertisement as you said or something like ''this site cannot be reached". Is it normal?

  2. sir i already created a wordpress before i found your tutorial. but sir just want to know if i already have the custom domain creation, is it necessary for me to create also a sub domain or having a custom domain is already ok? please need your help

  3. hi there, I have followed your stepby step giudance and all it is set up accordingly. But still I am getting some problems to open my website from outside my country. chrome or safari won't open the site at all.

  4. Dude, thank you, I'm from Brazil and fond your tutorial , the only one that helps, I was trying do this using Filezilla FTP with a subdomain to install WordPress for study and it was not working for some reason, so, thank you man

  5. After I completed the SSL following all the steps exactly as shown my site doesn’t work. When I try to enter the admin site, I get this error on chrome. “This site cannot provide a secure connection. *******.com sent an invalid response. ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR” do you know a fix please lol?

  6. Can you tell me how to change custom servers in freenom? Because name servers in freenom are 5 not only 2 . Please help it would be so helpful . Thanks

  7. Sir plzz tell me. If create a website using wordpress. My website is not secure then i install real simple ssl and acitvate then after they didnot show go to head an acitve they shown not enalble ssl, ssl certifcate is not get.

  8. Hi. Great video. I have free domain from freenom i.e. (.ga). Domain hosting is infinity free. I followed all the steps. I came to step that cloudfare is protecting my site. I hope it works after 3 hours. If it does not then what should i do?

  9. I tried with another one of my sites and it said parts of this sites are not secure such as images…there is an https and an padlock icon but there is a yellow mark how to fix this? It worked with two other of my sites but not the third one…how can I fix this?

  10. Followed your steps by using Freenom and Cloudfare…
    Got this error up to know:
    "Really Simple SSL failed to detect a valid SSL certificate. If you do have an SSL certificate, try to reload this page over https by clicking this button"
    Went to Really Simple for instructions, but failed again… don't know what to do…
    I'm new to this development stuff, a help would be appreciated… 🙁

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