What is Drupal?

Whenever you are searching for a secure CMS software, then you can confidently pick out the same system employed by the White House (WhiteHouse.gov) as well as The Economist (Economist.com) – Drupal. The Drupal CMS is offered 100% free, it’s very easy to use and really customizable. It allows you to generate just about any web site in just minutes.

With well over 500,000 effective contributors, Drupal has got one of the few largest web app communities. The community has helped create a huge selection of free of cost Drupal templates, has broadened the main features of Drupal with many Drupal plug–ins and it is always ready to aid and share expertise on how things are carried out in the Drupal camp.

Drupal is a registered trademark of Dries Buytaert and is not connected with JoshWho Web Hosting.

Drupal–Optimized Shared Web Hosting Services

In case you want a safe Drupal shared web hosting solution, you have just reached the right place. At JoshWho Web Hosting, all Drupal shared web hosting services include a 99.9% service uptime, guaranteed. We are going to furthermore install & set up Drupal for you just after sign–up. And moreover, in case at any point in the initial 30 days you are not satisfied with our products – we shall grant you a reimbursement, no questions asked.

Every one of our Drupal shared web hosting bundles on top of that provides you with unlimited disk space, unlimited traffic and limitless MySQL storage. Because of that, your web site can easily grow and become more and more popular without you needing to care about reaching any feature boundaries.

A Point & Click Control Panel

The Drupal shared web hosting plans include a well designed Control Panel, which has been exclusively created by us. It’s provided in several languages and styles, which means you can customize it depending on your taste. The Control Panel incorporates an easy to use user interface with a wide selection of tools, that will present you with complete control over the content of your website.

You can find a drag–and–drop File Manager where your Drupal files are going to be stored, a Databases Manager for your own databases, coupled with an all–inclusive Email Manager where you can handle all your mailboxes. Moreover, you will get access to an in–depth stats tool that will update you with real–time info on your site visitors and resource consumption.