How to download install and start zen cart (zencart)

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Get Zencart up and running fast. This video shows you how to download the zencart distribution upload it to your server (where and why), remove the install files, rename the admin directory, edit the configuration file and upload it again. At this point installation of the basic Zen Cart is complete. If you are not comfortable with these steps or do not want to do these yourself I do freelance web development and Zen-Cart hosting. Visit lenfarneth.com for more info. You need to have a blank MYSQL database in place with access to the database. This can usually be done through your hosting control panel or contact your hosting company to set it up and give you the credentials you will need. I offer Zen cart installation for those who are uncomfortable with the process for a flat fee of .00 Visit my website at http Thanks.
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5 Responses to “How to download install and start zen cart (zencart)”

  1. watsdastoriwitya Says:

    thank you for positing this vid, its a great help,. I have done Ozcommerce many times over and its good to see there’s not much in the difference with regards setup

  2. lenfarneth Says:

    You have to use notepad not wordpad. Better yet download wordpad++ which is a completely different and free editor.

  3. BubbyandSissyChannel Says:

    I figured it out. But you didn’t include directions on how to install if you wanted it to be your site instead of a part of your site. I created a directory and installed it on there only to discover it was my main page. Had to completely redo it. Oh well, live and learn. I would have been lost without you.

  4. BubbyandSissyChannel Says:

    At the end when you move the configure.php to edit, how did you get it to become a word pad doc? Mine stayed a .php and I was not able to edit it.

  5. VeronicasMidget Says:

    A brilliant tutorial thank you.

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