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How to Properly Install Your Prestashop Ecommerce Website

by Richard R. Full Stack PHP developer - shoptech

Today, we would like to begin a new series of content. We feel that there is a great need to provide our users with the optimal knowledge of Prestashop or its fork, thirty bees from preparing the working environment to installation, and to running the webstore.

We will begin Learning Prestashop series with this article on how to properly install your Prestashop ecommerce system on your local machine or on your web server with CPanel and FTP.

We will be here, together with you, we will go through the whole process in building your Prestashop store. We will try to provide you the right knowledge to be able for you to be confident installing and reinstalling Prestashop ecommerce.

Let’s get into the details.

The idea of ​​this series is to provide you a series of episodes at least twice a week, we want to work together how to build an e-commerce store. I will try to show you the best way of doing things, so that you can get to manage your website in no time. We will pass on to you the knowledge we have gained through years of experience at all important change points of your learning the system. The goal is to be interested in what Prestashop offers us. With that said, at the end of this series, we guarantee you, you will become proficient and your knowledge of the system will be unmatched. Today we begin by installing and preparing the work environment.

Let us begin by listing the programs and softwars we need in order for Prestashop ecommerce to run in your local machine. Most of these softwares are available on almost every webhosting servers that runs on a linux machine, about  66% of all web servers in the world.


About Richard R. Advanced   Full Stack PHP developer - shoptech

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Joined APSense since, August 14th, 2019, From Tallinn, Estonia.

Created on Aug 21st 2019 06:16. Viewed 50 times.

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