This tutorial will show you how to install Magento 2 engine and template on localhost using fulpackage.zip.
Download the template to your computer and unzip it.
Copy and extract the fullpackage.zip file to your server:
Copy the sources/sample_data/pub folder to the root of your server where you have Magento engine files:
Create a database for your site and import the dump.sql.gz file provided in the template download package in \sources\sample_data folder:
Go to your site URL to start the installation process:
Prior to beginning the installation process, we recommend that you check the System Requirements: http://devdocs.magento.com/guides/v2.0/install-gde/system-requirements.html
Click on the Next button to proceed:
Specify your Database details and click on the Next button to proceed:
Follow the installation process:
Specify your Admin Details:
Click on the Install Now button:
Wait for the installation to complete:
We can access the Admin panel by clicking on the Launch Magento Admin button:
Note: When installing Magento locally, you may experience issues with missing .CSS and .JS file. In order to fix the problem, please follow these steps:
In php.ini file, make sure that memory_limit value is not less than 256M:
Go to the root directory of your site and hold down Shift key and right click to select the Open command window here:
Run the following command:
php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy
This will copy the static resources from each module to the pub/static folder. This process may take a while:
Once it is done, go back to your site and refresh the page. Now our Magento Admin panel is working correctly:
Go to your site front and enjoy Magento 2 template.
Thank you for reading this video tutorial. Now you know how to install Magento 2 engine and template on localhost using fullpackage.
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