Welcome to the second part of this series. 1Byte will walk you through the process of installing and customizing the Opencart framework on your website.
  • Part 1: You’ll learn how to set up Opencart framework on your Cloud Server
  • Part 2: How to install & customize Opencart framework on your website 
  • Part 3: Design and build your own Ecommerce site


1) Domain Name
2) Web Hosting

NOTE: Prior to reading this section, you should have completed part 1.


Opencart has been installed on your Cloud Server as depicted in the following image, in the previous post (part 1).

(Now you just need to click “Continue”)

(You’ve already met most of its prerequisites in Part 1. Just click “Continue” and you’re done)


1) Having a red check mark in the “Status” column indicates that a missing package has been installed.

You need to go back to Part 1 and do it all over again

2) The following directory will hold all of the website’s data:


(You can check directly on Cloud Server as shown above)


The next page will require you to fill in the database details. Enter the details you defined in the MySQL database and click ‘Continue’.

NOTE: At this step, we need to pay attention to the following: 

  • (1) + (2) + (3) + (4): The value to be filled in will be taken from Part 1

(If you don’t recall these information, please refer back to Part 1 to double-check.)

  • (5) + (6) + (7): This is the information you’ll need to access your Opencart’s management page (the GUI interface).
When you click “Continue” (8), you will be sent to the web page displayed below. This implies you’ve installed and configured Opencart on your website successfully.