When you start using a hosting platform that you have not worked with previously, or in case you’ve never had a hosting account whatsoever up to now, the new account management tool (i.e. hosting Control Panel) is going to take some time to get familiar with. Despite the fact that the core is more or less the same, each single Control Panel has its own peculiar characteristics and executing particular operations may differ with different Control Panels – for example, creating a new MySQL database and assigning a user to it. Besides testing how to accomplish different things, you can also check some help articles, or, what's even better, you can watch tutorial videos and see first-hand what you ought to do and where you ought to click. The latter will save you a tremendous amount of time and will render administering your account a whole lot easier because you will not have to examine different options to find the one that you actually need.

Video Tutorials in Website Hosting

If you buy a website hosting plan from our company and you’re uncertain about how to perform a specific operation inside your Hepsia hosting Control Panel, you can check our rich video tutorial repository where you can find 10s of tutorials that will disclose to you all the functions and features that Hepsia includes. If you have never had a website up to now and this is your first hosting account, you can find out how to export or import a MySQL database, how to enable anti-spam protection for a certain e-mail box or how to update the PHP version for the account. All relevant videos will always be available on the right-hand side of your screen in each Control Panel section, so you can always check only the tutorials that you need at the specific moment. If you are curious to discover more about other functions that you can access, you can go to the video section dedicated especially to these tutorials where you will find the complete list. Apart from how-to video clips, you’ll also be able to watch helpful educative tutorials – what error and access logs are, what system load is, and so on.