When you begin using a web hosting platform that you have not used previously, or if you have never had a web hosting account at all until now, the new account management interface (called web hosting Control Panel) will take some time to get familiar with. In spite of the fact that the essentials are more or less identical, each Control Panel has got its very own peculiar traits and completing given tasks may differ with different Control Panels – for instance, creating a new MySQL database and adding a user to it. Other than testing how to accomplish certain things, you can also read help articles, or, better yet, you can watch how-to videos and see for yourself what you should do and where you should click. They will spare you a huge amount of time and will render managing your account a whole lot easier because you will not have to examine various options to find the one that you actually need.

Video Tutorials in Shared Hosting

In case you purchase a shared hosting account from our company and you aren’t sure how to carry out a specific operation inside your Hepsia Control Panel, you can examine our extensive video tutorial library where you can find 10s of tutorial video clips that will disclose to you all the functions and features that Hepsia comes with. In case you have never had a site up to now and this is your very first hosting account, you can see how to export and import a MySQL database, how to enable anti-spam protection for a specific email mailbox account or how to select another PHP version for the account. All relevant videos will always be available on the right side of your screen in each and every Control Panel section, so you can always check only the tutorials that you require at the specific moment. In case you’re curious to find out about other features that you can access, you can go to the video section dedicated to these tutorials where you will see the complete list. Aside from how-to videos, you’ll also be able to watch helpful instructional tutorials – what access and error logs are, what CPU load is, etc.