Install Magento on Ubuntu 16.04 | 17.10 | 18.04 with Apache2, MariaDB, PHP 7.1 and Let’s Encrypt SSL/TLS Certificates

For store owners who are going to be running Magento content manage system to power their online stores, they should all ensure that all the store pages are HTTPS compliant and have SSL/TLS certificates installed correctly. Stores that are not running HTTPS pages with correct SSL/TLS certificates installed, they may lose to their rivals.

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to install Magento CMS on Ubuntu 16.04 / 17.10 and 18.04 LTS with Apache2, MariaDB and PHP 7.1 support and Let’s Encrypt free SSL/TLS certificates enabled. {LAMP + Let’s Encrypt}

This setup will probably be how all Magento sites should be configured going forward, since Google is strongly encouraging website owners to use SSL/TLS encryption for all web pages.

Also, Magento is PHP 7.1 compatible. so why not use the latest PHP? However, before using PHP 7.1, make sure all your plugins and themes are compatible or you’ll seriously run into issues.

When you’re ready to get Magento working, continue with the steps below:

Step 1: Install Apache2 HTTP Server on Ubuntu

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Install LiteCart on Ubuntu 16.04 | 17.10 | 18.04 with Nginx, MariaDB, PHP 7.2 and Let’s Encrypt SSL/TLS Certificates

When deciding on how to run an online store to sell your products. two things you may want to make sure you’re doing: First, find a great eCommerce platform and ensure all the pages are HTTPS compliant with SSL/TLS certificates installed correctly. If you need help with that, the steps below should be a great place to start.

LiteCart is an eCommerce platform build with PHP, JQuery and HTML 5. If you’re looking for a true open source eCommerce application to run your online stores, LiteCart should be a great place to start.

It’s lightweight and fast, clean and simple, easy to install and use and supports JQuery and the latest HTML 5.

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to install LiteCart on Ubuntu 16.04 / 17.10 and 18.04 LTS with Nginx, MariaDB and PHP 7.2 support with Let’s Encrypt free SSL/TLS enabled. {LAMP + Let’s Encrypt}

Also, LiteCart is PHP 7.2 compatible. so why not use the latest PHP? However, before using PHP 7.2, make sure all your plugins and themes are compatible or you’ll seriously run into issues.

Step 1: Install Nginx HTTP Server

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Install Drupal on Ubuntu 16.04 | 17.10 | 18.04 with Apache2, MariaDB, PHP 7.2 and Let’s Encrypt SSL/TLS Certificates

If you’re going to be running websites or blogs powered by Drupal, you should ensure that all the pages on the site are HTTPS compliant and have SSL/TLS certificates installed correctly. Google and other Internet companies are encouraging webmasters and website owners to running HTTPS everywhere.

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to install Drupal CMS on Ubuntu 16.04 / 17.10 and 18.04 LTS with Apache2, MariaDB and PHP 7.2 support and Let’s Encrypt free SSL/TLS certificates enabled. {LAMP + Let’s Encrypt}

This setup will probably be how all Drupal sites will be configured going forward, since Google is strongly encouraging website owners to use SSL/TLS encryption for all web pages.

Also, Drupal is PHP 7.2 compatible. so why not use the latest PHP? However, before using PHP 7.2, make sure all your plugins and themes are compatible or you’ll seriously run into issues.

When you’re ready to get Drupal working, continue with the steps below:

Step 1: Install Apache2 HTTP Server on Ubuntu

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Install LiteCart on Ubuntu 16.04 | 17.10 | 18.04 with Apache2, MariaDB, PHP 7.2 Support and Let’s Encrypt Free SSL/TLS Certificates

LiteCart is an eCommerce platform build with PHP, JQuery and HTML 5. If you’re looking for a true open source eCommerce application to run your online stores, LiteCart should be a great place to start.

It’s lightweight and fast, clean and simple, easy to install and use and supports JQuery and the latest HTML 5.

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to install LiteCart on Ubuntu 16.04 / 17.10 and 18.04 LTS with Apache2, MariaDB and PHP 7.2 support with Let’s Encrypt free SSL/TLS enabled. {LAMP + Let’s Encrypt}

Also, LiteCart is PHP 7.2 compatible. so why not use the latest PHP? However, before using PHP 7.2, make sure all your plugins and themes are compatible or you’ll seriously run into issues.

Step 1: Install Apache2 HTTP Server on Ubuntu

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Setup Joomla on Ubuntu 16.04 | 17.10 | 18.04 with Nginx, MariaDB, PHP 7.2 and Let’s Encrypt SSL/TLS Certificates

If you’re going to be developing websites and blogs powered by Joomla, you should start with ensuring that all your pages are HTTPS compliant with SSL/TLS certificates installed. You can do that with free Let’s Encrypt SSL/TLS certificates.

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to install Joomla CMS on Ubuntu 16.04 / 17.10 and 18.04 LTS with Nginx, MariaDB and PHP 7.2 support with Let’s Encrypt free SSL/TLS enabled. {LEMP + Let’s Encrypt}

This setup will probably be how all Joomla sites will be configured going forward, since Google is strongly encouraging website owners to use SSL/TLS encryption for all web pages.

Also, Joomla is PHP 7.2 compatible. so why not use the latest PHP? However, before using PHP 7.2, make sure all your plugins and themes are compatible or you’ll seriously run into issues.

When you’re ready to get Joomla working, continue with the steps below:

Step 1: Install Nginx HTTP Server

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Install Joomla on Ubuntu 16.04 | 17.10 | 18.04 with Apache2, MariaDB, PHP 7.2 and Let’s Encrypt SSL/TLS Certificates

If you are thinking about running websites and blogs build on Joomla CMS, you should definitely consider using SSL/TLS certificates. Google and other Internet companies are encouraging webmasters to use HTTPS across their entire site and on all pages.

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to install Joomla CMS on Ubuntu 16.04 / 17.10 and 18.04 LTS with Apache2, MariaDB and PHP 7.2 support with Let’s Encrypt free SSL/TLS enabled. {LAMP + Let’s Encrypt}

This setup will probably be how all Joomla sites will be configured going forward, since Google is strongly encouraging website owners to use SSL/TLS encryption for all web pages.

Also, Joomla is PHP 7.2 compatible. so why not use the latest PHP? However, before using PHP 7.2, make sure all your plugins and themes are compatible or you’ll seriously run into issues.

When you’re ready to get Joomla working, continue with the steps below:

Step 1: Install Apache2 HTTP Server on Ubuntu

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Setup WordPress on Ubuntu 16.04 | 17.10 | 18.04 with Nginx, MariaDB, PHP 7.2 and Let’s Encrypt SSL/TLS Certificates

With pressure from Google and other Internet companies, if you want to run WordPress today, you may have to do it over HTTPS or use SSL/TLS domain certificates.

This brief tutorial will show students and new users how to install WordPress content management system on Ubuntu 16.04 / 17.10 and 18.04 LTS with Nginx, MariaDB and PHP 7.2 support and Let’s Encrypt free SSL/TLS enabled. {LEMP + Let’s Encrypt}

Also, WordPress is PHP 7.2 compatible. so why not use the latest PHP? However, before using PHP 7.2, make sure all your plugins and themes are compatible or you’ll seriously run into issues.

When you’re ready to get WordPress working, continue with the steps below:

Step 1: Install Nginx HTTP Server

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Install WordPress on Ubuntu 16.04 | 17.10 | 18.04 with Apache2, MariaDB, PHP 7.2 and Let’s Encrypt SSL/TLS

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to install WordPress CMS on Ubuntu 16.04 / 17.10 and 18.04 LTS with Apache2, MariaDB and PHP 7.2 support with Let’s Encrypt free SSL/TLS enabled. {LAMP + Let’s Encrypt}

This setup will probably be how all WordPress sites will be configured going forward, since Google is strongly encouraging website owners to use SSL/TLS encryption for all web pages.

Also, WordPress is PHP 7.2 compatible. so why not use the latest PHP? However, before using PHP 7.2, make sure all your plugins and themes are compatible or you’ll seriously run into issues.

When you’re ready to get WordPress working, continue with the steps below:

Step 1: Install Apache2 HTTP Server on Ubuntu

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Install Contao CMS on Ubuntu 16.04 | 18.04 LTS with Apache2, MariaDB and PHP 7.2 Support

If you’re looking for a true open source enterprise content manage system, Contao might be a good place to start. It’s built using PHP server scripting language, and keeps content, modules and templates separated.

Contao is an open source, enterprise content management system that relies on the LAMP or LEMP stack. It is designed for ease of use to allow business owners and power users to create powerful and dynamic content websites.

For high performance content management platform, you may want to give Contao a test ride to manage your websites or blogs. This brief tutorial is going to show students and new users how to install Contao on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS with Apache2, MariaDB and PHP 7.1 support.

This post covers installing the latest version of Contao, which at the time of writing was at version 4.5.4

To get started with installing Contao, follow the steps below:

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How to Install CMS Made Simple on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS with Apache2, MariaDB and PHP 7.1

If you’re looking for a true open source WordPress alternative, CMS Made Simple might be a good place to start. It’s built using PHP and the Smarty Engine, which keeps content, modules and templates separated.

CMSMS is a popular and widely used open source content management system that relies on the LAMP or LEMP stack. It is designed for ease of use to allow webmasters and users to create powerful and dynamic content websites.

If you’re looking for a open source, high performance content management platform to manage your websites or blogs, you’ll find CMSMS to be useful. This brief tutorial is going to show students and new users how to install CMSMS on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS with Apache2, MariaDB and PHP 7.1 support.

This post covers installing the latest version of CMSMS, which at the time of writing was at version 2.2.6

To get started with installing CMSMS, follow the steps below:

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The Best WordPress Nginx FastCGI Settings on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Servers with PHP-FPM 7.1 Support

If you want to improve your WordPress site performance, you may want to enable FastCGI caching. Doing this will greatly improve WordPress performance. This brief tutorial is going to show students and new users how to enable FastCGI on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS with PHP7.1-FPM.

When you combine Nginx webserver and FastCGI module, you will greatly improve your PHP-based applications, including WordPress websites. FastCGI module caches dynamic PHP content that are served through Nginx backend.

When dynamic PHP content is cached, repeated requests for the same content is quickly returned from the cache store, instead of compiling all the dynamic data the make up the page each time a request is made.

So, when you’re running a website or blog powered by Nginx, make sure to include FastCGI caching.

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Install Joomla on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS with Lighttpd, MariaDB and PHP 7.1 Support

If you scan the web today, you’ll see webmasters installing and using Joomla on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS with Apache2 or Nginx and MariaDB with PHP support. This post is going to show you how to use Lighttpd HTTP server instead.

Lighttpd is a secure, fast and flexibly HTTP server with a small memory footprint compared to other web-servers. Its event-driven architecture is optimized for a large number of parallel connections (keep-alive) which is important for high performance dynamic applications.

Joomla, a powerful and popular content management systems (CMS) is the right tool to develop and build powerful and dynamic websites based on PHP is flexible and can be run on variety or HTTP servers.

This brief tutorial is going to show students and new users how to install Joomla on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS with Lighttpd, MariaDB and PHP 7.1 Support

When you’re ready to setup Joomla with Lighttpd support, follow the steps below:

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