Video Tutorials in Shared Hosting
If you order a shared hosting account from our company and you’re unsure about how to execute a particular task within your Hepsia Control Panel, you can examine our comprehensive video tutorial library where you can find 10s of tutorial videos that will disclose to you all the functions and features that Hepsia comes with. In case you have never had a website till now and this is your very first hosting account, you can learn how to export or import a database, how to enable anti-spam protection for a specific mail account or how to migrate to a different PHP version. All applicable videos will always be located on the right-hand side of your screen in each and every Hepsia section, so you can always watch only the tutorials that you need at the specific moment. If you’re curious to find out more about other functions that you can use, you can visit the video section dedicated particularly to these tutorials where you’ll see the whole list. Besides how-to video clips, you’ll also be able to watch useful informative tutorials – what error and access logs are, what CPU load is, and so on.
Video Tutorials in Semi-dedicated Servers
The Hepsia Control Panel, which is included in our semi-dedicated servers services is unbelievably intuitive, but to make it even simpler to use, we have compiled 10’s of tutorial video clips, which will explain to you how you can accomplish virtually everything. Setting up a new e-mail address, modifying the PHP version for your hosting account, forwarding a site with an .htaccess config file or exporting a MySQL database are just a couple of instances of the tasks that the tutorials embrace. Every time you go to a certain Control Panel section, you’ll see all related video tutorials for it. If you want to browse all the available videos, you can access them via the shortcut at the bottom of Hepsia’s main page and when you’re there, you will be able to watch not only demos of a variety of functions and features, but also informative videos that will introduce you to topics such as “What are access and error log files?” or “What is CPU load?”.