If you are looking for information about Prestashop installation, this article is written right for you.
They are 3 ways to install Prestashop:
1st way is One Click Install
Most hosting providers have builded in software like Softaculous, Installatron and SimpleScripts for One Click install .
If you guessed that this the easiest method to install PrestaShop, you would be right. The first step would be to have a web-hosting provider who has a one-click installation script for PrestaShop. Ask your hosting provider if they include a one-click install. There are three popular script libraries to install PrestaShop with one click.
All you need is the FTP information that your webhost provided you. Contact your host if you do not have your FTP credentials. Some hosts have their own installation scripts.
PrestaShop has teamed up with the best hosting companies that provide you with the easiest method to get your online store up and running. Check out our Hosting page for more details. These are the hosts that know PrestaShop, with servers that are optimized for ecommerce performance.
2nd way is Manually Install (via MySQL and FTP)
If you already have knowledge about MySQL databases and FTP, then this would be for you. We have provided an instructional video below.
Here is a list of quick steps to install for the experienced users. For more detailed instructions, see here.
3th way: Install PrestaShop Locally:
A local installation means that PrestaShop is not live on the internet for the world to see, but it is live on your local computer or server. Only you can access to the local install. Having a local installation of PrestaShop is a great idea. You can test changes, upgrades and modules on a local installation on your computer without touching your live store.
There are various tools you can use to install PrestaShop locally. Refer to this page in the documentation for Local installations.
Probably more useful are the are two local installation packages that include an out-of-the-box installation of PrestaShop. These make it easier for people who are less technical to have a local installation.