When you begin using a web hosting platform that you have not worked with yet, or if you have never had a web hosting account whatsoever in the past, the new account administration tool (i.e. hosting Control Panel) will take some time to grow used to. Although the basics are more or less the same, each Control Panel has got its very own specialties and completing particular procedures may differ with different Control Panels – for instance, creating a brand new MySQL database and adding a user to it. Apart from testing how to accomplish certain things, you can also check step-by-step articles, or, what's even better, you can watch tutorial video clips and see first-hand what you should do and where you should click. They will spare you a huge amount of time and will render managing your account easier because of the fact that you won’t have to explore different options to find the one that you need.

Video Tutorials in Cloud Web Hosting

If you order a cloud web hosting plan from us and you’re uncertain about how to perform a particular task within your Hepsia hosting Control Panel, you can check our comprehensive video tutorial database where you can find 10’s of tutorial clips that will reveal to you all the features and functions that Hepsia comes with. If you’ve never had a website until now and this is your very first web hosting account, you can see how to import and export a MySQL database, how to activate anti-spam protection for a given e-mail account or how to choose some other PHP version for your account. All applicable video clips will always be located on the right-hand side of your screen in every Hepsia section, so you can always see only the tutorials that you require at the moment. In case you are interested to learn more about other features that you can access, you can visit the video section dedicated particularly to these tutorials where you’ll find the complete list. Besides how-to video clips, you will also be able to watch useful instructional tutorials – what access and error logs are, what system load is, and so on and so forth.