Tag: cPanel

HOW TO INSTALL THE LARAVEL FRAMEWORK THROUGH CPANEL




In this article, you will learn how to install Laravel on Nomfro via cPanel, one of the popular PHP frameworks. In order for Laravel to work properly, you must make sure your server or cPanel account is configured for PHP version 7 and above.

Installation methods will vary based on your needs and experience level. In this tutorial, we’ve chosen to represent the Softaculous installation here because it is very easy to accomplish especially for newbies, only requires a few clicks, and is available to hosting packages at all levels.

STEP 1:



Log into Nomfro dashboard and click on services.

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Click on the hosting account you wish to manage.

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STEP 3:



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Log into cPanel.

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STEP 4:



Click Softaculous Apps Installer in the Software section.

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STEP 5:



Click Softaculous Apps Installer in the Software section.

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Make sure to deselect the default directory selection “laravel” by erasing it if you are wanting to install Laravel on your primary domain



Click Install

Once successfully installed, visit your website in a new browser tab, you will see a message indicating that Laravel has been installed, and you will be redirected to the /public subdirectory. All of the live content will be placed in this directory. For security reasons, you will want to redirect to this “public” directory as the document root of your site.

How to Install Magento 2 via cPanel




In this tutorial, we will show you how to Install Magento 2 through cPanel using Softaculous on Nomfro. This saves time by allowing you to easily setup Magento with just one click. If you are looking for manual guide then check our setup Magento manually.

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STEP 1:

Log into Nomfro dashboard and click on services.

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STEP 2:

Click on the hosting account you wish to manage.

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STEP 3:

Log into cPanel.

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STEP 4:

Click Softaculous Apps Installer in the Software section.

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STEP 5:

Click on E-Commerce

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STEP 6:

Locate Magento and click the Install link.

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FILL IN THE FIELDS AS NEEDED. BELOW IS A DESCRIPTION OF THE OPTIONS.

OptionDescription
Choose the version you want to installPlease select the version to install.
Choose ProtocolIf your site has SSL, then please choose the HTTPS protocol.
Choose DomainPlease choose the domain to install the software.
In DirectoryThe directory is relative to your domain and should not exist. e.g. To install at https://mydomain/dir/ just type dir. To install only in https://mydomain/ leave this empty.
CRON JobThis script requires a CRON to work. Please specify the CRON timings. If you are unaware of it, leave it as it is!
Admin PathEnter a location for accessing the admin section of your site. If you enter ‘admin123’ you would access your admin Dashboard by navigating to: example.com/admin123
Sample DataChoose if you want sample information installed in your Magento cart. This can be helpful when learning how to use Magento.
Admin UsernameEnter the username you want to use to log in to the Magento Dashboard.
Admin PasswordEnter the password you want to use to log in to the Magento Dashbaord.
First NameEnter the first name of the Magento Administrator.
Last NameEnter the last name of the Magento Administrator.
Admin EmailEnter the email address of the Magento Administrator.



Click the Install button to setup Magento 2.

Congratulations, you have successfully Installed Magento 2 using Softaculous!

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