What is Drupal?

Drupal is an open–source CMS web app, that stands behind many websites and web applications, including some of the most important sites on the www just like Economist.com and WhiteHouse.gov. It’s managed by international community of over 500,000 users and web developers who regularly add new updates and then integrate the newest systems on the web.

You’re able to use Drupal to build virtually any website – a small blog, an online community, a media web site, an e–shop, etc. Thanks to the huge variety of offered add–on modules and preconfigured web themes for feature–rich sites, you will find a fantastic basis for jump–starting your web site.

Drupal is a trademark of Dries Buytaert and shares no affiliation with EASY Webs.

Drupal–Optimized Shared Website Hosting Plans Services

With the Drupal shared website hosting plans solution, you’ll have your website or app added on the internet in a matter of minutes. Simply choose Drupal from the application drop–down menu on the order form and we are going to install your Drupal copy as soon as we set up your hosting account. Consequently you’ll be ready to start taking care of your website shortly after you log in.

Each individual Drupal shared website hosting plans deal features a number of service guarantees that make sure of the trouble–free overall performance of one’s websites. We’ll create your Drupal account at no cost and will back it up with a 99.9% uptime guarantee. Additionally, with EASY Webs’s 30–day money–back guarantee, you can demand your money back if you’re not fulfilled.

A Point & Click Website Control Panel

The Drupal shared website hosting plans offers offer an easy to use Website Control Panel, that’s entirely developed by us. It is available in various languages and styles, so that you can customize it according to your personal taste. The Control Panel comes with a point and click user interface that has a host of tools, that can give you full command over the content of your website.

You’ll get a drag–and–drop File Manager where your Drupal files will be stored, a Database Manager for your databases, together with an all–inclusive Mail Account Manager from where you can administer all your mailboxes. Additionally, you will get access to an in–depth stats tool which will update you with real–time info on your site visitors and resource usage.