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The installation process is fairly simple, follow the following steps to get started:
- Download the software from our members area
- Unzip the contents of the downloaded zip file
- In the includes folder, rename config-new.php to config.php
- Upload the entire contents to your Webserver (If you are using FTP use Binary Mode)
- Start the install process by visiting http://yourdomain.com/<foldername>/install/
- Follow the instructions provided by the installer
Post Installation Steps
Once the installation has completed, we recommend to set includes/config.php back to CHMOD 644.
The cron job allows task automation. Add a cron job to your server with an entry like:
* * * * * php -q /<base_path>/includes/cron.php
Please make sure to replace the base path. If it doesn't work, it may be because PHP is on a different location on your server. For example, if PHP is located at
then the cron job entry should be
* * * * * /usr/bin/php -q /<base_path>/includes/cron.php
You can set how often each task should run by visiting Scheduled Tasks under the Settings menu in your operator panel. The cron job would need to be updated should the base path change.
SEO Friendly Links
If you intend on using SEO friendly links (generally recommended for better search engine positioning), then rename the htaccess
file to .htaccess
in the root directory. You will also need to enable the setting in Settings -> General Settings -> Template.
Rename the admin folder
From a security point of view, it is a good idea to rename the operator panel folder to avoid anyone being able to access it. It should be renamed to something that only your staff members know.
Once you have renamed the admin folder, open
within your installation and set the following variable to your new admin folder name
$ADMIN_FOLDER = "admin";
Moving and securing the uploads folder
As the uploads folder requires CHMOD permissions 777 (writable by anyone), it is safer to move the folder out of publicly accessible folders (everything under public_html or similar on your server).
If you do move the uploads server, you must update the uploads path in the general settings section in the operator panel (Settings -> General Settings -> Company).
Furthermore, if your server allows indexing through .htaccess files, please rename the htaccess
file in the uploads folder to .htaccess
. This will disable any PHP scripts being executed in that folder.