To make it simple to get liveSite installed on your web host, we have partnered with the largest software auto-installers in the industry. One of them is probably already located in your web host's control panel, but if not, you can install liveSite directly from their site in most cases. If you have the skills to install PHP/MySQL applications, you can also download and install liveSite yourself.
Web professionals can download and install liveSite on any dedicated or shared server.
ARE THERE ANY LIMITATIONS IN THE OPEN SOURCE VERSION?
No, liveSite CE has no limits to the features or functionality of the software.
Can I CUSTOMIZE the SOURCE CODE and DISTRIBUTE OR RESELL IT?
Yes. liveSite CE is released under the MIT License.
Do you offer FREE support for the Community Edition?
Yes, we offer online documentation, tutorial videos, and the sandbox site to help you get the most out of your liveSite. Technical support and other services are not included but we are happy to provide you an estimate for any support you may need.
Is there any limitation on disk space or traffic for the Community Edition?
Does the Community Edition support e-commerce?
Does the Community Edition support unlimited users?
What is the advantage of liveSite Hosting Plans over liveSite software?
With liveSite Hosting, we provide additional support. Some smaller clients don't need this level of protection, but if your clients do, you can always transfer your liveSite to our hosting with zero downtime!
Can I white-label liveSite Community Edition?
Yes. You can remove all our branding and replace it with your own.
Does the Community Edition support SSL?
Yes, you can purchase an SSL certificate from your web host and enable 'Secure Mode' from within liveSite to utilize it.
What is required to install liveSite?
You need a single MySQL database and an FTP account to transfer the liveSite software files and install it by running a PHP script.
Some features in liveSite are automated on timers. Do these features also work when I host?
Yes. You will need to install the cron jobs that you need depending on the automated liveSite features you wish to use. See the Post-Install (Optional) Settings.