How to Install Pligg From Your cPanel Using Softaculous

This article will give you a step by step guide on how to install Pligg from your cPanel.

Sign into your cPanel and follow these steps:

1) Scroll down to Software/Services and click Softaculous

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2) Scroll down to Portals/CMS. Find the Pligg link and click on it.

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3) Click Install.

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4) Fill out all of the boxes. For In Directory type the name of a new directory you would like created. By default, the box will be left blank to install the software into your main directory. When you are finished, click Install.

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5) You will then get a confirmation page of your installation.

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This concludes how to install Pligg from your cPanel.

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8 Comments on How to Install Pligg From Your cPanel Using Softaculous

  1. raj says:

    hi, how to install the latest version of pligg ? its looks like softaclus gives us a old version of pligg ?

  2. THANK YOU!!! I’ve been barking up my host’s tech support for help on getting Pligg installed, but they weren’t very helpful. You’ve just saved me a lot of time, though I appreciate the learning opportunity of using ftp clients and CHMOD for the first time (it’s scary for noobs.)

  3. Chrisa says:

    Oh! However, it’s running an old version of Pligg, which is on 1.1.2. now.

  4. I was looking through some of your blog posts on this website and I conceive this website is rattling informative ! Retain putting up.

  5. Danny says:

    I watched your video regarding installing Pligg in CPanel. I am confused though now. I was on pligg.com and it says I have to buy a template. but, when I just watched your video, I did not see any place where a template was accessed and uploaded. Let’s say for example, i wanted to use the template known as ‘Heppy’ or ‘Social Pro’ — see this link: http://pligg.com/download-category/template/ – then, How exactly do I get this system on your Personal Class-Pro Plan. Then, how do I add modules to these. Can you please clarify the process?; or is that when I sign up for a hosting plan, that I automatically get a ‘Pligg’ template site. Please advise. I am trying to move on this with multiple domains, but I am extremely confused and frustrated having been researching this for 8 hours today. Thanks, Danny

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