What you’ll need?
Before you begin this guide you’ll need the following:
- Profile on magentocommerce.com website
- Access to your hosting account control panel
- 5.6 or newer version of PHP, Apache 2.2 or higher, MySQL 5.6.x or higher.
- FTP client to upload files
Step 1: Download magento installation files from here
Step 2: Login to your Cpanel account.
Step 3: Select “ File Manager” and move to directory where you want it to be installed.Suppose if you want to access it from your domain name then put the setup file in “public_html” directory or if you want it to be accessed by any other URL e.g domain_name/magento then upload the setup to magento directory.
Here, we are uploading to the public_html directory.
Step 4 : Once uploaded extract the file.
Step 5: Create Database and associated DB_user from option present in cpanel “MySQL® Databases” and save the details somewhere. We will use this database and user in magento.
Step 6 : Now, open browser and enter your domain name. Magento setup page will appear. “ Click “Agree and Setup Magento” .
Step 7 : Now it will test the environment, once it is click “Next” and move on to next step, where Database credentials will be entered. Once entered, click Next.
Step 8 : On next step it will ask the URL to access admin. Enter it and move to next step.
Step 9 : Here it will ask for the time, currency, enter it as per your requirement and move to the next step.
Step 10 : Here it will ask for the admin details, enter all the details and save it somewhere as the details will be used to access the admin panel. Once done click “Next” and install the magento. It will take 2-3 minutes.
Step 11: Once installation done. Run your domain on browser and you will see the below page.
That’s all. Now magento is installed.