This documentation will explain the details of Formio, the installation process, files, usage and settings.
Formio is not based on a framework thus you can install it nearly every PHP web server or shared hosting but here is our recommended specifications;
Formio comes with a prebuilt installation wizard. After creating a MySQL database you can easily install it by following steps.
Before installing, you will need to create a new database. If you already know how to do this or have already created one, skip to the next step. Probably you should be able to create a database from cPanel.
You can use these official documents if you do not know how to do it:
After creating a database, unzip the .zip file you have downloaded from CodeCanyon and upload files inside Server Files to your main directory (usually called www or public_html) or a sub-directory.
After upload process has done, open yourdomain.com/installer.php.
After you have created a database and uploaded the files, simply open your website in a web browser and follow on-screen instructions on the installation wizard to complete the installation.
You can set up site and mail settings from here. You can go there by visiting General > Settings page.
You can set up you user settings from here and also you can create new accouts. Each accounts have same permissions in system. You can go there by visiting User > User Settings page.
You can create new forms by visiting Form Management > Create a New Form page.
You need to set up your forms action url as yourdomain.com/form-api/[form-special-id].
You can get your form's special ID from the form edit page like shown in the image below: