When you begin using a web hosting platform that you haven’t used beforehand, or if you’ve never had a web hosting account whatsoever in the past, the new account management console (referred to as web hosting Control Panel) will take a little time to become used to. Even though the basic principles are identical, each single Control Panel has its very own distinguishing traits and executing given procedures may differ with different Control Panels – for instance, setting up a brand new MySQL database and adding a user to it. Apart from testing how to accomplish different things, you can also read help articles, or, what is even better, you can watch tutorial videos and see firsthand what you ought to do and where you ought to click. The latter will spare you a considerable amount of time and will render administering your account a whole lot easier because of the fact that you will not have to go through different options to find the one that you in fact need.

Video Tutorials in Shared Website Hosting

In case you buy a shared website hosting plan through us and you’re not sure how to carry out a specific task within your Hepsia Control Panel, you can check our rich video tutorial database where you can find tens of tutorial movies that will reveal to you all the features and functions that Hepsia includes. In case you’ve never had a site so far and this is your very first hosting account, you can learn how to export or import a database, how to activate anti-spam protection for a specific email account or how to set another PHP version. All related video clips will always be available on the right-hand side of your screen in every Control Panel section, so you can always check only the tutorials that you need at the specific moment. If you are curious to discover about other functions that you can access, you can visit the video section dedicated especially to these tutorials where you’ll see the entire list. Besides how-to video clips, you will also be able to watch helpful educational tutorials – what access and error logs are, what system load is, etc.