If you want to create and run your own online business by creating an online store, then you should consider to use OpenCart. OpenCart is powerful, user friendly and free online shopping cart platform based on PHP. The installation of OpenCart is pretty easy and straightforward.
In this article we will show you how to install php-login.net’s script on Debian Wheezy VPS with PHP-FPM, Nginx and MySQL. According to the developer, the php-login script is a simple, secure, clean, stylish, non-nerdy, well documented, object-oriented, totally free and reduced to the max PHP login script. The script is available in 4 versions, one-file version, minimal version, advanced version and full mvc framework. Today we will show you how to install php-login full mvc framework version.
In one of our previous tutorials, we have shown how you can install Ruby on Rails with Nginx and Passenger on a Debian VPS. In this article we will show you how to install Ruby on Rails with Apache and Passenger on a CentOS VPS.
Ghost is a new, opensource blogging platform licensed under MIT license and actively developed by a small and talented team of designers and developers.
In this blog post we will show you how to install Ghost on a Debian 7 (Wheezy) VPS with Nginx.
In this article we will show you how to easily install another great CMS – TikiWiki on a CentOS VPS or Fedora VPS. Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware or simply TikiWiki is very powerful, full-featured Wiki, content management system and online office suite. It is free and open source application written in PHP, actively developed by a very large community. TikiWiki can be used to create websites, wikis, Web applications, knowledge base, portals, image galleries and so on.
Zen Cart is a resource hungry shopping cart software and it has very specific requirements that need to be met in order to operate smoothly and efficiently. Listed below are a few tips to help you get the most out of your Zen Cart based web site:
LAMP usually refers to a full featured stack containing the Apache web server, the popular database server MySQL and the well known web programming language – PHP, set up on a Linux Operating System.
But, as of lately we’ve seen a lot of open-source communities and some of the largest internet giants as Google switched to the use of MySQL’s open source drop-in replacement – the MariaDB database server, which is what are we going to install today instead of MySQL.
In the following step-by-step set up manual we will explain how to install a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MariaDB, PHP) stack on your Debian Wheezy VPS. Let’s begin: