Hepsia is our, in-house built web hosting Control Panel. That fact gives us more control and permits us to incorporate custom functions effortlessly rather than relying on a third-party firm. Hepsia provides lots of functions and is easy for beginners to use, but delivers enough advanced functions, that shall be appreciated by the more tech-savvy clients as well. You can effortlessly set up and manage an e-mail address, a MySQL database or an FTP account, set up a script app with a 1-click installer, set up an .htaccess file for various purposes, check detailed stats, and a lot more. You may also upload files through drag-and-drop actions, while quick links and right-click context menus shall give you access to different functions without having to jump through different sections or to scroll up and down all of the time. Due to the fact that Hepsia is an all-in-one CP, you could also register and manage domains, renew your Internet hosting plan, add upgrades, etc., from one and the same place.

Hepsia CP with unlimited domains and no root access in VPS Hosting

If you opt to obtain a virtual private servers from us, you shall be able to to select Hepsia during the signup process. The Control Panel is compatible with all the OSs that you’ll be able to select from on the order page, so in the event that you would like to use some script app which requires a specific Operating System, you’ll still be able to handle your new VPS through a user-friendly interface. The benefit of having a Hepsia-equipped VPS is that you are able to utilize the resources of the hosting server even if you do not have any experience, due to the fact that the same CP is included with our shared Internet hosting plans too. You’ll be able to host many domain names and to manage them in a single place along with your plan renewals and everything related to your online presence. The root access to a Hepsia-equipped VPS shall be restricted, but you’ll still be capable to manage your files and databases using a Secure Shell command line.

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