- Login to cPanel hosting account
- Search and find Softaculous Apps Installer
- Select the apps to be installed, now we choose Joomla, if you intend to install other apps like WordPress, OpenCart.
- Click the "Install" tab as shown above, there are some settings that should be done before you install Joomla. See the picture below
- Choose the version you want to install: select the version you want to install Joomla
- Choose Protocol: If you have SSL on your hosting, then select the "https: //"
- Choose Domain: select the domain where you want, in the picture above, I use a subdomain "joomla.auliarahman.com"
- In Directory: this column blank if you want your website accessible via the main domain
- Database Name: create a database for Joomla name that is different from other databases
Site Settings, Database Settings, Account Admin
- Site Name: Write the name of your Joomla website
- Site Description: Write a description of your website
- Table Prefix: Prefix table to the database joomla
- Import Sample Data: select the sample data you want to install
- Admin Username: Write a username for administrator
- Admin Password: Write the password for the administrator
- Real Name: The display name on the page administrator
- Admin Email: Email administrator
- Select the language you want to use
- Click Install, and wait for the process will not be long.
Now that you have successfully Install Joomla with Softaculous.
See also How To Install Wordpress Self Hosting via Softaculous