Most likely this will fall on deaf ears. .
But for those users that are affected with their ISP migrating to GNAP due to IP4 numbers being used up, you'll most likely get the Error Message the "system" has detected you are behind a VPN or TOR network and it's not allowed.
It appears that when extracting the PrestaShop zip file X02 does something weird with CHMOD (file permissions) to the extracted files.
Where I would normally extract the files, go to the install directory and it would work.
Never have I ever needed to manually set permissions.
I'm trying to manually install PrestaShop v18.104.22.168 since Softaculious (Quick install service in cPanel) only have version 22.214.171.124 and a very old 126.96.36.199 version.
I've used Softaculious to install PrestaShop 188.8.131.52, and it worked fine...
Can someone please check to see why manually...
I understand what you are explaining.
You have installed WordPress using the C-Panel Auto Installer Softaculous and also tried installing WordPress manually. Still you cant get to the admin section.
The manual method is to 1st create a Database from C-Panel MySQL Databases...
Shhh with the complements..
Do we really want Everyone in the world using the Best Hosting Provider and the sudden flux of users bringing down the servers?
..and yeah, WB. Don't forget to mention your site when it's up and running.
Logo and phone number could be a bit bigger but don't overpower the site with it.
I don't think you need "Joomla! is Free Software released under the GNU General Public License." in the footer.
It looks good, and also functional. Good job :)
If you have a backlink that is hurting your ranking (Google may tell you of it) you best remove it. But if you have no control over that backlink then you can use this Google Webmaster Tool to let Google know not to take that backlink seriously...