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Fantastico De Luxe FAQs

What is Fantastico, and can I get it from you?

Fantastico is a commercial script library that automates the installation of web applications to a website. It can be added to any Virtuozzo-based server running cPanel/WHM. The subscription cost is $12 per year, which automatically renews. It can be purchased at any time, including during the initial sign-up process.

How do I install a script using Fantastico?

  1. Log into cPanel and click Fantastico De Luxe under the Software/Services section.
  2. Select the script (software) you wish to install. The details for the script will now be presented.
  3. Click on New Installation.
  4. Click the drop down box for Install on Domain, and select the domain name where you want to install the script.  (If you want to install it in a directory under the document root, you can optionally type the name of the folder in the blank field labeled Install in Directory.)
  5. You will now be presented with a new screen where you will need to enter details about the site you are installing this script on. Each script is different, so this field can change depending on which script you want to install. Pay special attention to the user name and password fields, as these credentials will be used to access the script admin area.
  6. Once you are finished with all of these options, the last page will then provide you with information about your installation that you may wish to print out or keep for future reference.

How do I remove a script from Fantastico?

  1. Log into cPanel and click Fantastico De Luxe under the Software/Services section.
  2. Click the name of the script that is currently installed.
  3. Click Remove Link next to the current installation and follow the directions.

If you have any questions about Fantastico, please open a ticket in your customer portal.

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