When you start using a web hosting platform that you haven’t used yet, or in case you’ve never had a hosting account whatsoever till now, the new account management console (called hosting Control Panel) is going to take a bit of time to grow accustomed to. In spite of the fact that the fundamentals are virtually identical, every single Control Panel has its own specifics and executing given procedures may differ with different Control Panels – for instance, creating a brand-new MySQL database and assigning a user to it. Aside from testing how to accomplish certain things, you can also read some help articles, or, what's even better, you can watch educational videos and see first-hand what you ought to do and where you ought to click. They will save you a tremendous amount of time and will render administering your account a lot easier as you won’t have to explore different options to find the one that you indeed need.

Video Tutorials in Shared Hosting

In case you get a shared hosting plan through our company and you’re uncertain about how to complete a specific task in your Hepsia Control Panel, you can examine our comprehensive video tutorial library where you can find tens of tutorial movies that will disclose to you all the functions and features that Hepsia includes. If you’ve never had a website beforehand and this is your first hosting account, you can find out how to import or export a database, how to enable anti-spam protection for a particular mailbox or how to pick a different PHP version for your account. All relevant videos will always be available on the right-hand side of your screen in every Hepsia Control Panel section, allowing you to see only the tutorials that you require at the specific moment. In case you are curious to learn more about other functions that you can use, you can go to the video section dedicated to these tutorials where you will see the entire list. Besides how-to videos, you will also be able to watch useful informational tutorials – what error and access logs are, what system load is, and so on and so forth.