Video Tutorials in Website Hosting
In case you get a website hosting account from us and you aren’t sure how to complete a given operation within your Hepsia Control Panel, you can examine our rich video tutorial repository where you can find 10’s of videos that will make you familiar with all the functions and features that Hepsia includes. If you have never had a site till now and this is your very first web hosting account, you can discover how to export or import a database, how to activate anti-spam protection for a given email account or how to migrate to some other PHP version. All related video clips will always be located on the right side of the screen in each and every Hepsia section, allowing you to see only the tutorials that you need at the moment. If 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’ll see the full list. Apart from how-to videos, you’ll also be able to watch helpful educative tutorials – what access and error logs are, what CPU load is, and so on and so forth.
Video Tutorials in Semi-dedicated Hosting
The Hepsia Control Panel, which is offered with our semi-dedicated hosting packages is truly user-friendly, but to make it even more simpler to use, we have prepared tens of how-to video clips, which will teach you how you can do de facto everything. Creating a new mail account, picking some other PHP version for your web hosting account, redirecting a website by means of an .htaccess configuration file or exporting a database are only several examples of the tasks that the videos cover. Whenever you visit a given section of the Control Panel, you will see all related video lessons for it. In case you would like to browse through all the videos, you can access them through the shortcut, which is located at the bottom of Hepsia’s index page and when you’re there, you will be able to see not only demos of a variety of features and functions, but also educational videos that will acquaint you with topics like “What are access and error log files?” or “What is CPU load?”.