What is Drupal?

Drupal is an open–source CMS web application, that is the application powering a lot of web sites and apps, for example – a few of the most significant web sites on the web including Economist.com and WhiteHouse.gov. It is maintained by global community of more than 500,000 consumers and developers who frequently add fresh upgrades and include the most advanced systems on the web.

You can employ Drupal to make any kind of web site – a personal blog, an online community, a multimedia website, an e–store, etc. On account of the large amount of offered add–on modules and preconfigured web themes for feature–rich websites, you’ll find a fantastic basis for jump–starting your site.

Drupal is a registered trademark of Dries Buytaert and is not affiliated with 2HostLive Networks.

Drupal–Optimized Linux Website Hosting Packages Services

With our Drupal Linux website hosting packages service, you could have your site or application added on the internet in just minutes. Just choose Drupal from the web application drop–down menu on the order form and we’ll install your Drupal copy as soon as we put together your hosting account. Therefore you could start dealing with your web site just after you log in.

Every single Drupal Linux website hosting packages plan offers a variety of service guarantees that guarantee the trouble–free effectiveness of one’s sites. We’re going to organize your Drupal account at no cost and will back it up with a 99.9% uptime guarantee. In addition, with our 30–day money–back guarantee, you’re able to ask for a reimbursement in case you are not pleased.

A Point & Click Web Hosting Control Panel

Our Drupal Linux website hosting packages bundles feature an uncomplicated Web Hosting Control Panel, that is exclusively developed by us. It is provided in a variety of languages and styles, so you’re able to personalize it depending on your taste. The Control Panel includes a point and click user interface with a wide selection of apps, that will present you with full command over the content of your website.

You’ll get a drag–and–drop File Manager where your Drupal files are going to be kept, a Databases Manager for your own databases, and also a fully featured Email Accounts Manager from which you can administer all your mailboxes. Also, you will be granted access to a detailed statistics tool that will update you with real–time info on your traffic and resource consumption.