Step 1: Find and Review the Modules page

In order to access the modules page of your social community you will need to login into the administration area and then navigate to Modules>Add & Manage.


There you will notice a few sections which will present you with the following lists of modules:


Installed Modules – The modules you have already installed on your social community


The available actions you are allowed to perform with these modules are Uninstall – for uninstalling a module from your website (making it inactive) and also Recompile language(s) for compiling the language pack used by the module if there are some misspelt links for example.


Not Installed Modules – A list with all of the modules currently uploaded to your social platform, however still inactive or waiting for installation


The available actions here are Install for installing the selected module(s) and also Delete for permanently deleting a module from your social community which will prevent the module from being installed in future.


Available Updates – An interface which will provide you with any available updates for the modules you are currently using


The available options here are again Install for installing the updates and Delete for deleting updates.


Upload – The last and maybe most useful interface is the upload interface. It will provide you with the option to upload modules’ installation packages to your social community so you can install them once uploaded. Note that for this feature to work you will need to configure the FTP Access part of this interface with valid settings for the FTP service for your account


Step 2: Install a Module

Now that you know what features that page offers it is time to actually install a module. You might already be aware of how this should be achieved by reading the previous lines of this tutorial but just in case you are not bellowing we will describe the process.


Assuming that your module is properly uploaded from the Upload interface it will appear in the Not Installed Modules interface. Thereby selecting the checkbox before the module’s name and then pressing the Install button your module will be successfully installed.


Once the module installation process finishes the page will be automatically refreshed and you will notice the result from the installation operation at the top of the page.


This is how a module should be installed using the administration module management interfaces. 

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