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Softaculous - How do I install a CMS like WordPress, Joomla, Prestashop, OpenCart? How do I manage my installations?

Install a content management system (CMS)

  1. Log in to your cPanel.
  2. Scroll down to Softaculous Apps Installer section.
  3. If you see the CMS or category that you want, click on that. If not, click on any icon there to reach the Softaculous page, or scroll up to the Software section and click on the Softaculous Apps Installer.
  4. On the top left side, you can use the search to find the CMS that you want. To try it out, type WordPress and then click on the search result.
  5. Then, click the Install Now button and follow the instructions there.


Manage installations

If you installed your content management system (CMS) using the Softaculous Apps Installer, follow these instructions:

  1. Log in to your cPanel.
  2. Scroll down to the Software section.
  3. Click on Softaculous Apps Installer.
  4. At the top right, you will find some icons. Click on the box icon (to the right of the star) to view All Installations.
  5. You can there manage your installation, update information/plugins/themes, and more.

If you didn't use the Softaculous Apps Installer to install your CMS, you can log in to your cPanel and use the File Manager, phpMyAdmin (database), and MySQL® Databases to manage your installation.

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