Install the Yo!Rent Kit

There are FIVE important steps to be followed to install Yo!Rent. 

Step 1: Setup Guidelines 

  • The user must read the guidelines carefully and then click on the ‘Let’s Go’ button. 

Step 2: Pre-Installation

  • The user must check if the server is set up correctly or not. Please make sure that the statuses for all PHP settings are On/Active.
  • When installing Yo!Rent on a localhost, the ‘Ioncube’ settings will be marked as Off/Inactive. To install ionCube, please follow the steps provided in Section 4
  • Please scroll down to check all that the statuses of all files and directories are active/writable. Now, click on the ‘Continue’ button. 

Step 3: Configuration 

  • In this step, the administration and database related details are to be filled. 
    The user must enter the database details in the provided input fields. Select ‘Blank Copy Setup’ to install a blank Yo!Rent kit (recommended for production) OR select ‘Setup with Dummy Data (recommended for testing only)’ to install the Yo!Rent kit with dummy data. The dummy data can be used for reference purposes. 
    Click on ‘Continue’ to proceed to the next step. 

Step 4: Create Admin Account

  • In this step, the user needs to enter account and store related details. 

Please note that the ‘Username’ and ‘Password’ entered here will be used as login credentials by the user. 

Step 5: Finished 

  • Please wait until the data is being imported. It might take some time. Once the data is imported, the user will be redirected to the final step. 
  • It is recommended to delete the ‘Install’ directory for security reasons, please go to the yorent (Root Folder) > public > install. 
  • Clicking on the ‘Access Your Admin Area’ will redirect the user to the login form. 
  • Clicking on the ‘Visit Website’ will redirect the user to the website URL at front-end. 
  • Create Mysql procedures: Open the following url: 

The ‘Created All the Procedures’ message will be displayed. 

  • Update System Dependencies: Run command ‘composer update’ at root of the project to update composer and fetch all dependent libraries.
  • Now you can go to configurations ‘{Your_Webroot}/admin/configurations’ in the backend and make the changes as per your preferences.