I need help in Craft Cms

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Experience Level: Intermediate
- Install Craft demo site on your local environment. Source code available here:

The demo site is built on Craft 2, so you’ll need to figure out how to make it work on Craft 3. Once you got it work, write about what you did to make it work.

Build a couple of simple pages on your local environment to demonstrate you can learn Craft quickly. Once it works on your local environment, send up a zip file of your source code.


Set the permissions on happylager/craft/storage/ to 777

> cd happylager
> chmod 777 craft/storage
Set the permissions on happylager/craft/config/ to 744, 774, or 777 depending on the relationship between the user that Apache/PHP is running as and the user who owns the happylager/craft/config folder. (See the Craft installation docs for details.)

> chmod 774 craft/config
Download the latest version of Craft from craftcms.com, and copy its craft/app/ folder into happylager/craft/.

Create a new MySQL database called happylager, and import happylager.sql into it.

Fill in the proper MySQL credentials in happylager/craft/config/db.php.

Create a new virtual host with the hostname happylager.dev that points to the happylager/public/ folder.

Edit your hosts file to resolve happylager.dev to, if necessary.

Now you should be able to point your web browser to http://happylager.dev/admin. You should either see a Craft login screen, or a prompt telling you that some database updates need to be run. If it’s the latter, just click “Finish up”.

Now point your browser at http://happylager.dev. You should see the Happy Lager homepage.

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