Video Tutorials in Cloud Website Hosting
If you buy a cloud website hosting account through us and you are unsure about how to perform a given operation in your Hepsia hosting Control Panel, you can check our extensive video tutorial repository where you can find 10s of tutorial videos that will make you familiar with all the features and functions that Hepsia comes with. In case you’ve never had a site in the past 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 account or how to switch to a different PHP version. All related videos will always be available on the right side of the screen in each and every Hepsia section, so you can always see only the tutorials that you require at the moment. In case you are curious to find out more about other features that you can use, you can visit the video section dedicated particularly to these tutorials where you’ll see the entire list. Besides how-to video clips, you will also be able to see helpful educative tutorials – what error and access logs are, what CPU load is, etc.
Video Tutorials in Semi-dedicated Servers
The Hepsia Control Panel, which is offered with our semi-dedicated servers plans is incredibly user-friendly, but to make it even more easier to use, we have compiled 10’s of instructive video clips, which will let you know how you can do de facto everything. Setting up a new mailbox, selecting some other PHP version for your web hosting account, forwarding a website using an .htaccess file or exporting a database are only a couple of examples of the tasks that the videos embrace. Anytime you visit a given Control Panel section, you will see all relevant videos for it. If you wish to browse through all the videos, you can access them by clicking on the link at the bottom of Hepsia’s index page and when you’re there, you will be able to see not only demos of different functions and features, but also educational videos that will introduce you to topics such as “What are error and access log files?” or “What is CPU load?”.