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  1. This is a wonderful video; very informative. However, I am having problems at the database configuration stage. My browser just hangs in there not resolving so that I can get to the configuration page. So I don't know if the configuration has completed so that I can get to the next step of the process. Any guidance would be appreciated.

  2. Hi,There is a missing module called "Contribute" that will not allow me to activate the other modules that I need to activate.  I have managed to activate all other modules exept for the ones that require "Contribute" to activate theme.  I am unable to activate the other NikaDev and Rhythm modules because of this and assistance quickly.  I have performed a full Drupal install, so that is not the issue and won't solve anything.  This "Contribute" module is the only thing that is missing and I need help figuring out how to get it, because I am unable to find it on​

  3. I purchased a Premium theme from a website named ThemeForest. The theme Rhythm is developed and handled by a group or company named NikaDev and I was wondering if I could get some help installing this theme. I am attempting to install through Drupal 8 from a zip file, but it is not working. Does anyone have a clue what the issue may be?

  4. I am following the steps and everything is working out fine so far, but the step where you create the database and create new database after giving it a name. I am asked to create tables, because there are no table within the database, but I didn't see you do that. Did I do something wrong or do I need to create tables. Do I need to give them specific names? and how many columns do I need to have?

  5. This video is phenomenal! Best video for Windows 10 Drupal install. Better than anything found at Lynda. Follow each step by step. Do NOT copy the Drupal8 directory (yes like I did). Do as Scott says and MOVE it. Works great!

  6. for those who are getting the error after you enter the database name, delete everything or uninstall everything. follow the steps till again but now before you hit localhost , go to .htdocs and paste php_value max_execution_time 600 at the begining of the file, this should be the first line the .htdocs file should start with. This will resolve the issue.

  7. The 500 error after database stage happens because of the long loading time of installation page (60-70 seconds in my case). However by default Drupal only waits 30 seconds for the page to load and then throws the 500 error.

    To resolve this, you need to increase the 'max_execution_time' parameter. For that, you need to edit .htaccess file in htdocs folder. Add the line "php_value max_execution_time 600" at the beginning of .htaccess file (don't put this line inside <IfModule> tags!). This will force Drupal to wait 600 seconds (10 minutes) for every page to load, which should be more than enough. Yay!

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