When you start using a web hosting platform that you haven’t worked with before, or in case you have never had a hosting account at all until now, the new account administration dashboard (referred to as web hosting Control Panel) is going to take a bit of time to become familiar with. Even though the essentials are practically identical, each and every Control Panel has got its very own peculiar features and executing given operations may differ with different Control Panels – for example, creating a brand new database and assigning a user to it. Other than testing how to do certain things, you can also check some step-by-step articles, or, what's even better, you can watch instructional video clips and see first-hand what you ought to do and where you ought to click. They will spare you a significant amount of time and will make managing your account much easier because you won’t have to explore different options to find the one that you need.

Video Tutorials in Shared Hosting

If you purchase a shared hosting plan through our company and you have any doubts about how to complete a given task inside your Hepsia Control Panel, you can check our rich video tutorial database where you can find tens of tutorial videos that will reveal to you all the functions and features that Hepsia includes. If you’ve never had a site yet and this is your first web hosting account, you can learn how to import and export a database, how to activate anti-spam protection for a certain e-mailbox account or how to move to some other PHP version. All relevant videos will always be located on the right side of the screen in each and every Hepsia Control Panel section, allowing you to see only the tutorials that you need at the specific moment. If you are curious to find out more about other features that you can use, you can go to the video section dedicated especially to these tutorials where you’ll find the full list. Aside from how-to video clips, you’ll also be able to watch useful educational tutorials – what error and access log files are, what CPU load is, and so on.