Consilt - Content Management System

Consilt is complete Content Management System to easily start your online business. If you have planned to build a E-commerce / Blog / Portfolio. You can choose Consilt, It is the most suitable platform E-commerce / Blog / Portfolio It has fully functional attribute management system. You can use it as multi purpose website.

This system was made using the popular Laravel php framework. Strong security was maintained during the development and there is no sql injection, xss attack, csrf attack possible.

Consilt has the following features.

Key Features

Payment Methods

Admin Features

The installation of this script is super easy. If you can install normal php based scripts on your server, you can install our script. We will tell you how to install this script step by step on a server.

If you extract the zip file, you will see that there are total three folders.

The folder names are: sql, documentation and main_files. The "main_files" folder is the main laravel source codes. The "sql" folder contains the main database file "database.sql"

Creating Database using Cpanel

1. Login to your hosting's cpanel using the login information. You will see an interface like this:

2. You will get a search section in the cpanel. Search there by writing the word "database". You will get some options. Click on "MySQL® Database Wizard" option.

3. Then in Step 1, you will have to create a database. In the text field, give your database name and click on next step.

4. Then in Step 2, you will have to create a database user. Give your username and passwords here. Then click on "Create User" button.

5. Now a permission page will come. Just check the tick mark on "ALL PRIVILEGES" and you will see all the options will be automatically checked.

6. Click on the "Next Step" button in the bottom.

7. Database and user creation step is done. Now go back to home and again search like before with the word "phpmyadmin". Click on the "phpMyAdmin" option.

8. Now the main phpmyadmin page will come. Click on the newly created database "websolu1_testdb" from the left side.

9. Click on the "Import" option from top and then select the file "database.sql" that is in the "sql" folder of the script.

10. Then click on the "Go" button from bottom.

11. After the task is successful, you will get a success message.

12. All task related to database is done.

Uploading Files using Cpanel

1. In the search field of your cpanel, write the word "file". You will get a "File Manager" option. Click on that option.

2. Search for the "public_html" and go into there.

3. Now go to the folders that you got after extracting the main zip and compress the folder "main_files" using any software like winrar.

4. The zip file will be like this.

5. In the cpanel's "public_html", upload this zip file.

6. You will get an interface like this.

7. Drag and drop the zip file here or just click on the "Select File" and select the file from your computer. You will see a progress of uploading file. Wait until it is finished.

8. After finishing the upload, you will see a green bar. It indicates that upload is successful.

9. Now close the upload window. In the public_html section, press on "Go" button to refresh the page. Then you will see the zip file in the right side.

10. Do right click on that file and select "Extract" option.

11. Press on "Extract Files" button.

12. It will take only a few minutes. After finish, you will get a window like this.

13. Just close this window. Then double click on the "main_files" folder and go into there.

14. Now click on the "Select All" from top section.

15. Click on the "Move" option.

16. Delete the "main_files" from the box. Only keep this "/public_html/". Then click on "Move Files".

17. Now, click on "Up One Level".

18. Right click on ".env" file and click on "Edit".

19. Now edit this file and put the database name, username and password you created previously here. Then click on the "Save Changes" button.

Your task is done and you can use our script without any problem. :)

Uploading Files using FTP

1. Download any FTP client on your computer like "FileZilla". Search on Google by "FileZilla" or go to their website to download:

2. Use the first option to download

3. After download, install it and open. The interface will be like this:

4. You can collect your FTP information contacting your hosting provider. Or, going to cpanel, you can create your FTP. In cpanel, search for "FTP".

5. Put ftp username, password in the form. Become sure, you delete the marked box data in the following image.

6. Click on "Create FTP Account" button.

7. Your FTP information will be like this:
FTP Host: {your hosting provider will give you host name}
FTP Port: 21
FTP Username:
FTP Password: {that you gave while creating the FTP}

8. Now in filezilla put those information and click on "Quickconnect" button.

9. If connection is successful, you will get an interface like this:

10. Now in the left side box, go to the location where you have extracted the script's file. And in the right side, go to public_html.

11. Then right click on the "main_files" from left side box and click on "Upload". All the files then will be uploaded into the "public_html" of the right side.

12. Search the ".env" file, right click on it and click on "View/Edit" option.

13. You will see an interface like this.

Change the database, username and password from here and try to click on close button. When you will try to close, it will ask you for save before closing. Click on save and you are done!

Before using and run this script, you must have to change the following information.
1. Open the .env file with a text editor and change the database settings
2. First, set up the APP_NAME, database name, database_username and password.

You will need to make sure your server meets the following requirements:

The default credentials of the script are:

Admin Login

Login Email:
Login Password: 1234

User Login

Login Email:
Login Password: 1234

Website General Setting can be set up from the admin panel. Go to "Setting" from the sidebar. See:

Factory Setting can be set up from the admin panel. Go to "Setting" from the sidebar. See:

Google ReCaptcha can be set up from the admin panel. Go to "Setting" from the sidebar. See:

Payment Gateway can be set up from the admin panel. Go to "Setting" from the sidebar. See:









Page Builder can be set up from the admin panel. Go to "Setting" from the sidebar. See:

Create a page using Page Builder. See:

Drag and drop page elements. See:

Upload Image to Media manager. Go to "Media Manager" from the sidebar. See:

Delete Image from Media manager. Go to "Media Manager" from the sidebar. See:

About Page Content

Faq Page Content

Portfolio Page Content

Contact Page Content

Terms of use

Privacy policy




Statistics Item

Statistics Item Create

Shop Settings

Shipping Country

Product Category

Add Product

Shop Service

Shop Discount Banner

Blog Category


Add Portfolio

Send email to subscribers

Profile & Password Change

User Profile & Password Change

Manage Roles & Permissions

Manage Users

If you need any help from us, you can contact via our support email:

Our support will reply within 24-48 hours.

Version 1.2

Overall :

- Minor bug fixed in service & blog section.

Changed Files:

- app/Helpers/Functions.php
- resources\views\admin\serviceCreate.blade.php
- resources\views\frontend\blogSingle.blade.php
- resources\views\frontend\serviceSingle.blade.php
- resources\views\frontend\components\serviceComponents\serviceStyleOne.blade.php
- resources\views\frontend\layouts\footers\footerStyleOne.blade.php
- resources\views\frontend\layouts\footers\footerStyleTwo.blade.php

Changed Files:

- need to update the full database.sql or only settings.sql table from database folder.

Version 1.1

Overall :

- Minor bug fixed in menu builder section.
- Minor bug fixed in maintenance mode.

Changed Files:

- resources/views/admin/menuBuilder.blade.php
- app/Helpers/Functions.php
- app/Http/Controllers/Admin/UserDataController.php
- database/migrations/2021_12_07_020018_create_settings_table.php
- resources/lang/en/admin.php
- resources/views/admin/settings.blade.php

Version 1.0

- Initial Release


Front End:
Admin Panel:
Admin Panel Login: | 1234
User Panel:
User Panel Login: | 1234