Magento Tutorial For Beginners – The Ultimate Guide
Here you will find everything about installing a magento using cpnel. Magento is an open-source e-commerce platform written in PHP. It’s a very powerful software for making online shops like Harvey Nichols (www.harveynichols.com), Venroy (www.venroy.com.au), Rebecca Minkoff (www.rebeccaminkoff.com).
These days magento becoming more popular because of it’s user friendliness. Varien published the first general-availability release of the software on March 31, 2008. Roy Rubin, former CEO of Varien, later sold a substantial share of the company to eBay, which eventually completely acquired and then spun off the company.
Magento used by many small businesses and large enterprise companies but the best part is it can be enhanced by thousands of extensions and themes. Magento uses the MySQL database system, the PHP programming language, and parts of the Zend Framework.
If you are new to Magento and stuggleing to install it on your server and go live as an online shop then you will be defenietly benifited from this tutorial.
What exactly you will find in this tutorial :
#Install Magento through cPanel using Softaculous
#Logging in as admin
#Configuring account settings
#Store email address
Lets get started now :
Download Magento software from the official website.
The first thing you need to do to install Magento manually is to download the latest installation package from the official Magento website.
Next, you must upload the installation package on your hosting account through your cPanel -> File Manager or using an FTP client.
In case you want the Magento installation to be primary for your domain (i.e. to run from http://yoursite.com), you need to extract the content of the installation package in the public_html folder. On the other hand, if you want it to be in a subfolder like http://yoursite.com/store/ you need to extract the content to public_html/store/.
If you are using CopaHost web hosting then you can install magento using software like softaculous which is available in cpanel.
Logging in as admin :
Now you have installed your magento software on your server successfully and need to login to your website as an admin.
Our friend CopaHost explained it thoroughly view the full magento tutorial here .