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How to find and install applications in Plesk
This demo assumes you've already logged in to Plesk.
Now let's learn how to find and install third party applications.
Click the Applications tab.
You can use third party applications to add features to your website such as a blog, online store, photo gallery, or you can base your site entirely on a single application such as Joomla or WordPress.
To learn more about an app, simply click its name.
Featured Applications shows the most recommended and popular apps available for your website.
You can learn more about the application... and if you want to use it, you can install it from here.
Now click All Available Applications.
This section shows all the applications, both free and commercial, that are available to be installed.
Selecting a category will narrow your search... and you can also choose a sub-category.
We can now view all the applications related to content management on the web.
Let's go through an example of installing an app.
That's it! The application was installed, and you can see the application settings on this page.
In the Manage My Applications section, we can see which applications we've installed, and it's from here that we can go to manage our installed applications.
This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to find and install third party applications in Plesk.
From here you can change any of your application settings...
Or remove the application from your account.
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