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How to install DiY-CMS manually

  By: admin   tags Date Added: Thursday 14-10-2010

If you ever ran into an issue during the installation process of diy-cms this blog will solve your problems using the good old manual way. In this blog I will explain how to install DiY-CMS on the local server on your website manually and without the built-in installation wizard.

First of all we need to create a database using phpMyAdmin. Open phpmyadmin and then create a database as shown in image 1 below. Make sure that you select the utf-8 encoding to both database encoding and connection collation. This is to ensure that DiY-CMS will function correctly when displaying non-English characters or using a different language such as Arabic, Hebrew, Chinese or other languages.

Image 1

Second step: click on import at the top of the page. Then import this file “install/install.sql” to the database as shown in image 2.

Image 2

Third step: Remove install folder from the DiY-CMS folder.

Forth Step: open file “admin/conf.php” and replace the values between the curly brackets {} (along with the {} themselves} with the appropriate values:

$CONF['dbname'] = "{server_db}"; // Database name
$CONF['dbuser'] = "{server_un}"; // Database user
$CONF['dbpword'] = "{server_pass}"; // Database password

$CONF['site_path'] = "{path}"; // Path to your site
$CONF['upload_path'] = "{uppath}"; // Path to the upload folder
$CONF['site_url'] = '{sitelink}'; // website URL
$CONF['site_mail'] = "{sitemail}"; // Website Email
$CONF['site_title'] = "{sitetitle}"; // Website Title
$CONF['cookie_domain'] = '{domain}'; // Website URL

Final Step: At this stage you would be able to login to your website using these credentials:
Username: admin
Password: admin

Change your password to whatever you want then customize the CMS to your needs.

I hope this tutorial was useful.

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