How to install Magento 2.3.3 in cPanel?

System Requirement :

 

  • Operating System: Centos, Debian, Ubuntu, RHCE

  • RAM: 2 GB (Require for Magento Update)

  • Web Server: Apache 2.2 and above or Nginx

  • MySQL: 5.6 or above

  • PHP: 7.3

  • PHP Extension: bc-math, hash, zip

  1. Download Magento from this URL. You will need to create an account to download the zip file. If you have the account, you can sign in and download it.



  2. Upload Magento zip file to cPanel. Please click on this link to refer the steps to upload zip in cPanel.

  3. Right-click and Extract zip file in public_html.

  4. Access the website URL in the Browser and start Magento Installation Process.

  5. Click on Agree and Setup Magento.



  6. Click on Start Readiness Check. It will check php version, settings, Extention and File Permission. Click on Next Button.





  7. Add Database Details. Create MySQL Database using this link and Create MySQL DB User using below links.

       

  1. Enter Following Web Configurations:

  • Store Address: Your Storename/Website name

  • Magento Admin Adress: Your Storename/admin

  1. Advanced Options :

  • HTTPS Option: Tick both checkbox if you are going to use SSL for both the URL.

                 (A) Use HTTPS for Magento Storefront

                 (B) Use HTTPS for Magento Admin

 

  • HTTPS Store Address: Enter https URL for the store address.

  • Encryption Key: Keep it as it is. (I want to use a Magento generated key)

  • Session Save: DB (Save the session in Database. Saving session in File will increase inodes on server)

         

  1. Customize store with Default Time, Currency and Language. Choose Required Module Configurations or Select All for all Module Configuration for Magento and click Next Button.



  2. Hit Insall Now Button. 



  3. Installation Process may take a few minutes.



  4. Enter Admin account Details. Please keep these details at a safer place as it will require to enter the admin account once installation is completed. Access the Magento Admin panel with URL websitename/admin by clicking on Launch Magento Admin Button after successfully installation of Magento.



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