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Once you download installation files after purchase, you just need to add /public to your domain's "Document Root". path.
NO SUPPORT FOR THE LOCAL SERVER
Suppose In the above image codding.xyz is your domain, you are going to create a subdomain which will be pos.codding.xyz, and the Document Root will be "pos.codding.xyz".Here for application needs to index the form directly "/public". so simply add or append just
/publicin document root as shown in the image below.
Note: This is an example for a subdomain to understand the document root path index, the same as the document root should index in the case of the main domain.
You can skip this recommended method (explained above) by creating just one file
and creating a file (.htaccess) on the root directory of the application after uploading and extracting. then write the following lines inside the .htaccess file.
File content for (with the name of .htaccess)
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ public/$1 [L]
then hit create to a subdomain,
Follow step by step:
- Copy/Upload the folder and files to your web server using cPanel or FTP.
- If you are installing in a subfolder, please make sure there is no space in folder names.
- CreateMysql database, database user, and grant all permission to use this database.
- Open the
- Before installing the system check the required list - If there is an issue with the checklist You will need to fix it first to proceed to the next step.
The Installer will make sure that the required extensions are installed or not. If all required extensions are installed fill in your server credentials, and database information and hit begin to install.
If your filled database credentials are correct installer will run and install. if everything goes smoothly, you will be redirected to the login page (use the default log detail to log in).
Log in by using the above default credentials, and don't forget to change your email/password from user management.