Getting started with EasyBlog without any guide can be a bit of challenge whether you're a computer student or even experienced developer. There are many options and settings available, and unless you are exposed to hands-on application with each of those parts in a deeper understanding, the climb could be steep. Following this tutorial, you will be able to get EasyBlog runs without any hiccup in the middle of your project.
Before we begin, be sure to read the and try to match the recommended System Requirements in order for EasyBlog to operate optimally. EasyBlog requires that you have Joomla! installed on the site.
The following versions are supported by EasyBlog however, we encouraged our customer to use the latest Joomla! on their site.
EasyBlog requires PHP to exist on the site. Please make sure that the following settings are met before installing EasyBlog.
PHP 5.3and above.
ZIP Library. Much faster extraction process.
GD Library. In order to manipulate images that are uploaded on the site.
CURL Library. In order for EasyBlog to perform outgoing connections.
|memory_limit||64MB||128MB||It determines the maximum amount of memory that site can use.|
|upload_max_filesize||8MB||32MB||It determines the size of files that can be uploaded on the site.|
|post_max_size||8MB||32MB||It determines the size of files that can be posted on the site.|
|max_execution_time||60||120||It determines the maximum execution time for the site in seconds.|
|magic_quotes_gpc||Off||Off||On Joomla 3 and above, this needs to be explicitly disabled as per Joomla's requirements.|
EasyBlog requires a minimum version of