NOTE: The Full Site Setup package (.tgz file) contains the latest Drupal core and all the required modules.
- Extract file downloaded from noodorg on your web server. Put the whole contents of noodorg-themename-fullsite folder to server root (alternatively you can just rename folder to say 'drupal', but then your site url will look like
The server root folder to extract the files to depends on the type of server you are using. Some typical locations would be:
- XAMPP on Windows - C:\xampp\htdocs\
- AppServ on Windows - C:\Appserv\www\
- MAMP on OSX - Applications/MAMP/htdocs/
- WebServer on Linux - /home/user/public_html/
- Create a new database through phpMyAdmin/MySQL configuration utility.
- In the browser go to your domain/subdomain/folder:
http://localhost/noodorg-themename-fullsiteif you are using a local server and
http://example.com/noodorg-themename-fullsiteif you are using a remote installation.
- In “Select an installation profile” choose the one by Noodorg and click "Save and continue."
- The default language in this profile is English, so click "Save and continue."
- Configure your database entering the name of the database you created earlier (i. 2 above) and other required details. Click "Save and continue" to begin the installation process.
- On the next page configure your site information filling the respective fields and click "Save and continue."
- This is it. Now you can start replacing the sample content with your own.