How to install Joomla Manually?

You must first access your Conexcol control panel

- Databases

- MySQL Databases

- Name of the database USER_base (where User is replaced by the one given by the control panel and base is changed by the name the user wants to give)

Add a MySQL user to the portost_base database

- Username USER_admin (as an example)

- Password: entry

- Confirm the password: entry

- Role of user dba


Once the database is created, we have to take into account the following data for the installation of the joomla:

MySQL Database Administration

Name Host ( (if you want to confirm it you can see it in the control panel, MySQL Databases)

Once these data are obtained, we continue to pass the jommla folder inside our folder with the name of our domain, either through the connection control panel or through programs such as winscp or filezilla, among others.

When you have finished uploading the joomla folder, we proceed to enter our website and follow the steps of installing the joomla. (

Remember that to install the joomla you must have activated the php options in the control panel.

Step 1. Language

Select Spanish Latin America if the joomla version brings it.

Step 2. Check Pre-Installation

Usually this step will always show a problem that depending on the version will allow you to continue to step 3 without having to create the file that you ask for.

Step 3. License

There is no need to read everything, go to step 4.

Step 4. Database

For this step you need to have at hand the data that was asked when you were creating the database in the connection control panel.

Database Type: MySQL

Hostname: (remember that you can access at any time to check in the control panel, Database)

User: USER_admin (remember that it is the same one that they created when they were doing the Database)

Password: entry (the same one that was put to the user of the database)

Name of the Database: USER_base

Prefix of the table: USER_

(Remember that the prefix of the table, the prefix of the database and the prefix of the user must be the same)

We select Backup and continue with step 5

Step 5. FTP Configuration

In this step it is preferable to leave everything as it is and go to step 6 without touching anything.

Step 6. Configuration

Name of the website:

Email: (this email will be that of the administrator joomla of the domain)

User: admin (some versions of joomla bring it by default and only ask for the password)

password: abc123

Confirm password: abc123

In this step you can install the test content depending on how advanced the user is, it is usually preferable to install it before moving to the last step.

Step 7. Finish

Here it asks us to delete the installation folder of the joomla but there is no need, we only access our FTP files and select the installation folder and rename it by putting it at the end of the folder name _old so we can access the folder of new if a problem arises without the need to upload all the joomla files again.

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