TutorialMS is an open source script that helps webmasters index and manage tutorials (written by them or by another site). It is designed so users can easily find the tutorial(s) they are looking for. It provides a powerful backend to the webmaster who can easily manage tutorials, affiliates, admins, news and more. It also provides an easy to use styling system so webmasters can re-design their system as much as they please.
1. Create a MySQL database for TutorialMS on your server.
2. Edit the config file located at /includes/config.php, fill it in with your database username, database name, and database password. Save it.
Edit the ajax.js file located at /ajax.js. If you TutorialMS is at the root of your domain then the value should be '/', if it is in a directory then it should have every directory leading up to where the script is, for example '/some/directory/' (make sure it starts and ends with a '/'). Save it.
3. Now choose if you want your TutorialMS to be located at the root of your domain [A], or in its own directory [B].
[A] - To upload it at the root of your domain, for example, if you wanted the index page to be at (http://www.sometutorialsite.com/index.php), then upload the contents of the folder "tutorialms" to your public_html directory on your server.
[B] - To upload it in a directory on your server, for example, if you wanted the index page to be at (http://www.sometutorialsite.com/somedirectory/index.php), then upload the folder "tutorialms" to any directory after the public_html directory on your server. Rename the folder "tutorialms" if you wish, before installing.
4. Now open a browser, and go to the page /install/install.php on your server, and follow the installer to set up TutorialMS.
5. Remove the /install/ directory.
6. You have now finished installing TutorialMS and can visit the control panel at /admin/.