How to install Ubercart for Drupal
This article describes how to manually install the Ubercart e-commerce application.
Ubercart is a Drupal module. You must install Drupal on your site before you can install Ubercart. For information about how to install Drupal, please see this article
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To install Ubercart:
- Use your web browser to visit http://drupal.org/project/ubercart, and then scroll down to the Downloads section.
- Under Recommended releases, download the zip file for your Drupal version.
The following steps describe how to install the Ubercart module on Drupal 7. The exact steps for Drupal 6 differ slightly, but are similar.
- Log in to your Drupal site as the administrator.
- On the top menu bar, click Modules.
- Click Browse, select the zip file on your local computer, and then click Install new module. Drupal installs the Ubercart module.
- After installation is complete, click Enable newly added modules.
- Scroll down to the UBERCART - CORE section.
- To enable the required components, select the check boxes.
If you cannot select a check box, this means the module depends on another module that is either missing or disabled. For example, Ubercart requires the CTools, Entity, Rules, and Views modules as well.
- Repeat steps 7 and 8 for any additional Ubercart modules you want to enable in the following sections:
- UBERCART - CORE (OPTIONAL)
- UBERCART - EXTRA
- UBERCART - FULFILLMENT
- UBERCART - PAYMENT
- Click Save configuration. After Drupal enables the modules, the Store link appears in the top menu bar.
- Click Store to customize Ubercart for your site.
For more information about Ubercart, please visit http://www.ubercart.org.