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How to install
How to install app OnePopups - Laravle Popups Builder
- PHP >= 7.3
Step 1: Unzip and upload only the contents of onepopups.zip to the root directory of your hosting server- Ex: /home/username/public_html/. Which will make it reachable as follows: http://yourwebsitename/
Step 2: Make sure your domainname points to the public folder only. So in your settings, path for your domain must be: htts://yourwebsitename/public. In case if you don't point your domain to public folder, we also include custom .htaccess file in the root directory for your convenience, it will automatically point requests to public directory in the script.
Step 2a: Warning! Some hosting platform hide files starting with '.' (hidden files), so make sure that in your settings of your cPanel you enable this option.
Step 2b: Warning! If your local Windows/Linux/MaxOS environment does not show hidden files, and you are planning to upload the script via FTP, make sure you enable viewing hidden files locally first even before unzipping, otherwise you will not upload all hidden files such as .env/.htaccess to your FTS server simply because your local environment will not see them.
Step 3: Everything inside of the public folder is accessible by anyone, so make sure you don't put anything sensitive there such as google json keys, etc.
Step 4: After uploading all files and making sure that domain name has proper path set, create Mysql Database and proper user in case if you don't already have one, to access this database. You can either create manually via your phpMyAdmin panel or use phpMyAdmin Wizard in your cPanel to create one.
Step 5: Now you are ready to run the install script. Go to https://yourwebsitename/install
Step 6: This will start the installation process.
Step 7: Make sure required php packages are installed and enabled on your server. Click Next to continue.
Step 8: Make sure listed folder are publicly accessbile. Click Next to continue.
Step 9: For database configuration, enter your newly created database credentials. DB Server: localhost, unless your database resides somewhere else. MySQL DB Port: 3306, unless you are using some other port.