What is Drupal?

Drupal is an open–source CMS web app, which drives numerous sites and web applications, for example – a few of the most important websites on the web like Economist.com and WhiteHouse.gov. It is serviced by international community of over 500,000 consumers and programmers who consistently add new updates and then incorporate the newest technologies on the www.

You’re able to employ Drupal to construct any kind of site – a personal blog, messaging board, a media site, an online store, etc. A result of the huge variety of offered add–on modules and preconfigured web templates for feature–rich websites, you have an excellent foundation for jump–starting your site.

Drupal is a registered trademark of Dries Buytaert and is not affiliated with Affordable Web Hosting for Small Business.

Drupal–Optimized Linux Shared Hosting Services

In case you want a reputable Drupal Linux shared hosting solution, you’ve come to the right place. At Affordable Web Hosting for Small Business, all the Drupal Linux shared hosting services feature a 99.9% service uptime, guaranteed. We will furthermore install & configure Drupal for you the second you sign up. Additionally, in case at any point during the initial 30 days you are not happy with our products – we’re going to present you your money back, no questions asked.

Every one of the Drupal Linux shared hosting packages on top of that provides you with unlimited disk space, unlimited traffic and infinite MySQL storage. This way, your website can grow and become more popular than ever without you ever being required to worry about reaching any service boundaries.

A Point & Click Online Control Panel

The Drupal Linux shared hosting offers provide a user–friendly Online Control Panel, which has been exclusively designed by us. It is available in a range of languages and designs, which means you can customize it depending on your personal preferences. The Control Panel provides a point and click user interface with a host of instruments, that will give you 100% command over the content of your web site.

You’ll get a drag–and–drop File Manager where your Drupal files are going to be kept, a Database Manager for your databases, coupled with an all–inclusive Mail Account Manager via which you can handle all your email messages. In addition, you have access to a detailed stats tool which will update you with real–time info on your site visitors and resource consumption.