This article will explain how to install script using the App Library installer.
As an example this will demonstrate how to install Wordpress. However the same steps apply for other scripts included in the App Library.
Login to The App Library installer as described on the following page http://www.daily.co.uk/support?id=1037
Select the package you wish to install (in this case Wordpress) and click on Install
You can also perform a search for a script by it's name in the search box on the top right of the page.
On the software setup page there will be some different options to configure:
If you have an SSL certificate installed on your hosting space and are wanting data passed through your website to be encrypted select https:// If you do not have an SSL certificate select http://
Selecting http://www or https://www will display your domain with the www in the address bar (for example www.daily-example.co.uk)
The domain used is automatically detected so does not need to be selected.
The directory you want to install the script to. For example if you are wanting to have a separate folder or site for your blog insert blog
into the text box. Your script will then be visible at www.daily-example.co.uk/blog.
If you want the script installed in the root directory of your hosting space so that it loads when you visit you domain (i.e. you want Wordpress to load when you visit www.daily-example.co.uk) then remove any text from this field.
The Database is created automatically using the naming conventions that the Daily hosting platform uses so anything in this field will be ignored
The table prefix for database tables. The can normally be left as it's default setting.
The username for the administrative user. By default this is set to admin
for most CMS scripts. We strongly recommend changing this for security purposes. As most administrative usernames are admin any script or bot which tries to hack logins will attempt to gain access to the admin
Replace the default pass
with a secure password.
The email address for the administrative account for the script you are installing. This is where confirmation emails, login details
and password reminders will be sent to. By default this is set to admin@YourDomainName. However if you do not have this email address set up then use a different email address which you have access to.
The other options are specific to the script you are installing.
Once done click on install. The page will refresh and you will see a progress bar displaying how much of the installation is complete.
When the installation is complete the page will display some links, one for your website installation and the other for the login page to your script (if relevant).
Last Updated: 20/01/2015
Article ID: 1070