2.14.22. Automatic installation of CMS

A number of hosted CMS can be installed in a fully automatic mode, without the need to manually upload files to the hosting, unpack, etc.

If the required CMS is not in the list

In this case, you can install the required CMS manually by downloading the distribution kit from the official CMS website and deploying it on the hosting using instructions. Instructions for manual installation of specific CMS: DokuWiki, Drupal, Joomla!, Magento, MediaWiki, MODX, Moodle, October, OpenCart, Open Journal Systems (OJS), PrestaShop, Webasyst, WordPress, Bitrix.

Important points:

  • For installation Moodle and PrestaShopas well as normal operation WordPress, OpenCart and Moodle a working domain is required, correct directed to a hosting account.
  • WordPress: When installing older versions in wp-config.php the line is added define( 'AUTOMATIC_UPDATER_DISABLED', true );. This avoids the automatic update that is triggered when you log into Adminpanel, and use exactly the version that was installed. For the most recent version, auto-update is enabled by default.
  • OpenCart: Installed in English only. Localization can be done by instructions.
  • Moodle: Installed in English only. Localization can be done by instructions.
  • PrestaShop: Installed in English only.
  • October: Only version 1.XX is supported. Since version 2.0.0, the October platform is paid and is installed only with Composer.
  • DokuWiki: Since authorization does not work over HTTP, the site will automatically be enabled redirect on HTTPS.
  • The CMS automatic installation system only simplifies the installation process, the subsequent operation and updating of the CMS depends only on the CMS itself or the site owner.
  1. Open the section "My sites".
  2. In the site menu, click "CMS install":
  3. In the block with the required CMS, click "Set»:
  4. Fill out the form and click "Install on…»:
    • "Site name (forum, store, Wiki)" (for everyone except OpenCart, MODX, Moodle, October and Evolution) is an arbitrary name for your site.
    • "Website Email" (only for Drupal) — mail, on behalf of which letters from the site will be sent (it is recommended to use an address that belongs to the site's domain). By default, the field is substituted account mail.
    • "Administrator Email» - administrator mail. Note By default, either an address of the form admin@example.com with the site domain (if exists mailbox with that name), or account mail.
    • "Administrator login » - administrator login. By default, the field is set to the standard admin.
    • "Administrator password » — administrator password. By default, the automatically generated password is substituted in the field.
    • "Administrator name» (only for Moodle, PrestaShop, October and DokuWiki) is the name of the administrator.
    • "Administrator surname» (only for Moodle, PrestaShop, and October) is the last name of the administrator.
    • "CMS Version» — the desired CMS version from the list of available ones.
    • "Language" (for everyone except OpenCart, Moodle, PrestaShop and October) — desired language from the list of available ones.
    • "Root directory» (for everyone except Drupal and Craft CMS) — select a directory for installation between standard and their. Note The field is displayed only if a custom directory is specified. By default, the standard directory is selected in the field.
    • "Database» (for everyone except DokuWiki) — the database to which the site will be connected (you can create a new one with the button «Create DB»).
    • "Clear database before installing CMS» (for everyone except DokuWiki) — if enabled, the selected database will be pre—cleaned.
  5. Wait for the installation to complete:
  6. Check the operation of the site and its admin panel: