JD Cloud Engine builds a free zblogPHP tutorial

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Built in JD Cloud Engine ZBlogPHP Method of

  1. First move zblog Community download zblogPHP package: https://www.zblogcn.com/zblogphp/ After decompression, enter the directory where index.php is located, select all files in the directory and recompress them to zip files.

  2. Visit JD Cloud Engine website( https://jae.jd.com/ ), register the account and log in, as shown in "Figure 1":

    Figure 1

  3. After logging in, click the console button in "Figure 1" to enter the JD Cloud Engine console, and click the "New Application" button, as shown in "Figure 2":

    Figure 2

  4. Select "Php Web" application in the pop-up window The server Type, fill in the name, secondary domain name and other information, and then click the Create button, as shown in "Figure 3":

    Figure 3

  5. After creating the PHP application server, you can see the contents in "Figure 4":

    Figure 4

  6. Under the application list in "Figure 4", click the "Deployment Management" button, and click the "Upload Package Deployment" button in the pop-up window, as shown in "Figure 5":

    Figure 5

  7. In the pop-up file upload window, upload the local repackaged zip file, as shown in "Figure 6":

    Figure 6

  8. On the "JD Cloud Engine Console" page (Figure 7), click "New data base Button ".

    Figure 7

  9. In the "New Database" window, select "MySQLDB" and click the "Create" button, as shown in Figure 8:

    Figure 8

  10. After creating the database, you can see the database information displayed in Figure 9.

    Figure 9

  11. Click the database name in Figure 9, and a database service information window will pop up (Figure 10). Record the connection address, port, user name, password and other information for installing zblogPHP:

    Figure 10

  12. Click the "Visit website" link in "Figure 4" to enter the zblogPHP installation page, click the "Next" button on the "Installation environment" page, click the "Next" button on the "Environment check" page, and fill in the information recorded in "Figure 10" on the "Database establishment and setting" page, such as the database host, user name, user password, etc, Fill in the database name in Figure 9, and the information filled in is as shown in Figure 11:

    Figure 11

  13. Click the "Next" button to complete the installation of zblogPHP. You can access the newly built zblogPHP program through the secondary domain name in "Figure 3" in the future.