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    Step 1 - Log into your cPanel account
    Once you've successfully logged into your cPanel account, scroll down to the 'Softaculous Apps Installation' section. This area will provide a variety of applications that can be installed on your account. The option that you need to choose is 'Magento' as shown below on the right hand side:

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    Step 2 - Installing Magento via Softaculous
    Softaculous will usually have the latest version of Magento available for you to install and give you the information about the release date and possible other versions available. The installation process is also helpful by explaining to you how much disk space the Magento framework will require and summarise what disk space your account has available.

    To proceed with the Magento installation, choose the blue 'Install' button as shown below:

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    Step 3 - Magento installation setup
    Softaculous will clarify with you what option of Magento that you would like to install. It is always worth noting the version release date; the reason for this is because if it's only just been released (such as within a few weeks), you might want to consider an older version. Often with new software, there can be system bugs so it's wise to choose an older version and let someone else test the new software! Also if you are one step ahead and you have your eye on a particular module from the Magento Connect marketplace, it is also recommended to review what version that module supports before proceeding.

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    Step 4 - Magento Post-Installation Overview
    Now that the basic installation has taken place, the fun starts, tailoring the many options that Magento provides to make your mark on your new website. Do you have a site logo? What products will you add? What will you write to welcome new customers in? Product shipping options? What payment method are you going to accept?

    By default Magento has set up its basic 'responsive web design' theme dubbed 'rwd'. At a first glance, it seems clean cut but desperate for customising. For anyone who hasn't come across the 'responsive' term before, this means that the design will automatically fit to any device that the website is browsed in, such as a slimline view for a smart phones like iPhone or Samsung, or a little wider for tablets like the iPad or Nexus, or straight forward full width to your desktop or laptop monitor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aishwaryaV View Post
    Step 1 - Log into your cPanel account
    Once you've successfully logged into your cPanel account, scroll down to the 'Softaculous Apps Installation' section. This area will provide a variety of applications that can be installed on your account. The option that you need to choose is 'Magento' as shown below on the right hand side:

    Name:  SnLlfjZ.png
Views: 7
Size:  80.5 KB

    Step 2 - Installing Magento via Softaculous
    Softaculous will usually have the latest version of Magento available for you to install and give you the information about the release date and possible other versions available. The installation process is also helpful by explaining to you how much disk space the Magento framework will require and summarise what disk space your account has available.

    To proceed with the Magento installation, choose the blue 'Install' button as shown below:

    Name:  KatLM9c.png
Views: 7
Size:  175.5 KB

    Step 3 - Magento installation setup
    Softaculous will clarify with you what option of Magento that you would like to install. It is always worth noting the version release date; the reason for this is because if it's only just been released (such as within a few weeks), you might want to consider an older version. Often with new software, there can be system bugs so it's wise to choose an older version and let someone else test the new software! Also if you are one step ahead and you have your eye on a particular module from the Magento Connect marketplace, it is also recommended to review what version that module supports before proceeding.

    Name:  s1Bxi02.png
Views: 7
Size:  94.3 KB

    Step 4 - Magento Post-Installation Overview
    Now that the basic installation has taken place, the fun starts, tailoring the many options that Magento provides to make your mark on your new website. Do you have a site logo? What products will you add? What will you write to welcome new customers in? Product shipping options? What payment method are you going to accept?

    By default Magento has set up its basic 'responsive web design' theme dubbed 'rwd'. At a first glance, it seems clean cut but desperate for customising. For anyone who hasn't come across the 'responsive' term before, this means that the design will automatically fit to any device that the website is browsed in, such as a slimline view for a smart phones like iPhone or Samsung, or a little wider for tablets like the iPad or Nexus, or straight forward full width to your desktop or laptop monitor.

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    Very Well Described.

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