Installing ProPhoto


Attention Safari Users!

If you’re the Safari browser, the zip file we refer to in this tutorial may have been automatically unzipped when you downloaded — giving you a folder full of files instead of a single zip file. It’s best to use the original zip file, so go to “Safari” > “Preferences” > “General”. Find the option that says “Open ‘safe’ files after downloading” and uncheck it. Then re-download the prophoto3.zip file, and follow the below directions.

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ProPhoto depends on WordPress, so it can only be installed after WordPress is installed and running properly on your own domain and website. This tutorial assumes that you’ve already got WordPress installed. If you haven’t, go here.

Once WordPress is installed, installing ProPhoto is incredibly simple.


Attention Safari Users!

If you’re the Safari browser, the zip file we refer to in this tutorial may have been automatically unzipped when you downloaded — giving you a folder full of files instead of a single zip file. It’s best to use the original zip file, so go to “Safari” > “Preferences” > “General”. Find the option that says “Open ‘safe’ files after downloading” and uncheck it. Then re-download the prophoto3.zip file, and follow the below directions.

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ProPhoto depends on WordPress, so it can only be installed after WordPress is installed and running properly on your own domain and website. This tutorial assumes that you’ve already got WordPress installed. If you haven’t, go here.

Once WordPress is installed, installing ProPhoto is incredibly simple.

Attention Safari Users!

If you’re the Safari browser, the zip file we refer to in this tutorial may have been automatically unzipped when you downloaded — giving you a folder full of files instead of a single zip file. It’s best to use the original zip file, so go to “Safari” > “Preferences” > “General”. Find the option that says “Open ‘safe’ files after downloading” and uncheck it. Then re-download the prophoto3.zip file, and follow the below directions.

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} ?>

ProPhoto depends on WordPress, so it can only be installed after WordPress is installed and running properly on your own domain and website. This tutorial assumes that you’ve already got WordPress installed. If you haven’t, go here.

Once WordPress is installed, installing ProPhoto is incredibly simple.

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