All HOSTLIFE hosting clients have access to the "Softaculous" script auto-installer. It allows you to install any of 340 scripts or 1100 PHP classes in 2-3 mouse clicks, without much knowledge of PHP and MySQL, or administration. In order to start working with the auto-installer, go to your cPanel or DirectAdmin hosting account control panel, find the Softaculous section. Once you have selected the required application, all you have to do is follow the instructions on the interface.Start now
WordPress is a free CMS with thirteen years of history. It powers about a quarter of the world's news sites, including CNN and The New York Times. The platform is currently installed on fifty million domains.
Drupal is a content management system (CMS), also used as a framework for web applications (CMF), written in PHP and using a relational database (MySQL, PostgreSQL, etc.) as a data store.
TYPO3 is an open source content management system (CMS/CMF) with a free license. It is a flexible expandable system with a large number of modules and functions.
MODX is an open source content management system with an open license. Written in PHP programming language, uses MySQL or MS SQL DBMS for data storage.
E107 is a content management system CMS (Content Management System), written using the PHP web programming language and interacting with the MySQL database.
PyroCMS is a content management system that has been growing in popularity in recent months due to its intuitive internal design and lightweight modular architecture.
PHP-Fusion is a content management system created by Nick Jones using PHP language and MySQL database. PHP-Fusion supports about a dozen languages besides English.
phpBB is a free and open source web forum developed in PHP language supporting various DBMS including MySQL, PostgreSQL, MS SQL Server, MS Access, SQLite.
Simple Machines Forum (SMF) is a free internet forum written in PHP using a MySQL database. The history of SMF development can be traced back to the YaBB forum engine.
Unlike many other engines, DokuWiki uses text files to store pages, so the only requirement is PHP hosting support.
MediaWiki is a wiki engine that was written specifically for Wikipedia and is used by many other Wikimedia Foundation projects, as well as private and public organizations.
OpenCart is a free platform for creating an online store. The advantage of CMS is the availability of many useful things out of the box: registration, personal account, forms, etc.
PrestaShop is an open source e-commerce web application. This application is written in PHP using the Symfony framework, Twig is used to write templates.
AbanteCart is a free e-commerce application designed, built and maintained by experienced enthusiasts who are passionate about their work and contribution to the project.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Autoinstaller scripts
Script in English means a small program that contains a sequence of actions. In this case, we are talking about more complex content management systems, galleries, forums, wikis, calendars and other ready-made engines for web projects.
Autoinstaller facilitates and speeds up the deployment of certain scripts. This software package is provided with a convenient interface through which you can install the desired script on the hosting in a few clicks. Thus, it helps an experienced webmaster to do routine work when hundreds of sites need to be deployed in a day, and a novice user simplifies the task of creating the first web project on a ready-made engine.
Autoinstaller scripts is available in every account of our shared hosting. Therefore, you can get access to it both on a paid basis by purchasing a service package, and free of charge for 7 days as part of the test period. After you have a hosting account in our service, you need to enter the hosting control panel, where you can easily find the Softaculous Autoinstaller.
Softaculous autoinstaller includes more than 300 different software solutions for installation and use today. Among them are both popular and well-known, and not too often used by the average user. For example, you can install Joomla or Drupal for a website, OpenCart or PrestaShop for an online store, ownCloud or Nextcloud for file management, MediaWiki or Moodle for an educational project, utilities such as SQLiteManager or WebMail Lite and many, many others are also available.