Installation guide

Download the software

To download the software, login to our client area and then do the following:

  • Click on "My products" link in the user navigation bar.
  • Click on one of your software licenses to view its details.
  • Click on the "Downloads" tab at the top of the page.
  • Click on the "Download" link in the "Software" section to download the software.
  • Once you downloaded it, extract it's contents to your computer.

All plugins and templates are already bundled into the software package so you don't need to download them separately.

Upload files

Using an FTP program such as Filezilla, CuteFTP, etc. upload all extracted files to your server.

Image files and font files should be uploaded in BINARY format. All other files should be uploaded in ASCII format (also known as "text" format). Most modern FTP programs will do this for you automatically so you won't have to worry much about it.

Run installation wizard

Point your browser to the "install" directory where your software files were uploaded (e.g. "http://www.example.com/install").

Follow installation wizard steps to install the software.

Done

Congratulations! Software has been installed successfully. You may now start using it.

Free installation

If at any point you encounter any issues or need assistance, feel free to contact us. We offer free professional installation to help you get started.

Removing index.php from the address bar

During installation software will attempt to check if your server supports URL structure without index.php For example instead of using http://www.example.com/index.php/users system will use http://www.example.com/users If it wasn't able to do so for you automatically and you still see index.php in your address bar when you navigate to different pages of your site, try navigating to http://www.example.com/users and see if it works. If it does, you may edit "application/config.php" file and remove index.php from there. Make sure to delete all cache files in the "application/cache" folder after that so that software could update its settings.

Note that some servers may require you to take an extra step for it to work. So if you have done the above but it still does't work, you can try editing .htaccess file and replace this code:

RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php/$1 [L]

With this one:

RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php?/$1 [L]