When you start using a web hosting platform that you haven’t worked with before, or in case you’ve never had a web hosting account at all until now, the new account management dashboard (also known as hosting Control Panel) is going to take a bit of time to grow used to. In spite of the fact that the basics are practically identical, each Control Panel has its very own special features and carrying out particular 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 do different things, you can also read step-by-step articles, or, better yet, you can watch tutorial video clips and see for yourself what you should do and where you should click. They will spare you a considerable amount of time and will make administering your account much easier due to the fact that you will not have to explore various options to find the one that you in fact need.

Video Tutorials in Hosting

In case you order a hosting package through our company and you’re hesitant about how to execute a certain operation in your Hepsia Control Panel, you can examine our elaborate video tutorial repository where you can find tens of tutorial clips that will acquaint you with all the features and functions that Hepsia includes. In case you have never had a website previously and this is your first hosting account, you can see how to export and import a MySQL database, how to enable anti-spam protection for a certain email box or how to choose another PHP version for the account. All related videos will always be available on the right-hand side of the screen in each Hepsia Control Panel section, so you can always see only the tutorials that you require at the very moment. In case you’re curious to discover more about other functions that you can access, you can go to the video section dedicated particularly to these tutorials where you’ll find the complete list. Apart from how-to videos, you’ll also be able to see helpful instructive tutorials – what error and access logs are, what system load is, and so on.