Multilingual Control Panel in Shared Web Hosting
If you buy a Linux shared web hosting service from us, you shall be able to benefit from our cutting-edge Hepsia Control Panel, that provides all you need to maintain your web presence from one spot. Other than handling files, e-mails, databases and statistics, you shall also be able to register new domains, to renew your website hosting plan, to add upgrades or to get in touch with our tech support team through our built-in ticketing system with no more than several clicks and without using a different system. Drag-and-drop upload options and right-click context menus are a few of the other features which you'll be able to use. Hepsia comes in more than fifteen widely used languages - Spanish, Chinese, Russian, German, French, Turkish, etc. You can even edit the color scheme and rearrange each and every section of the Control Panel to make it look exactly the way you’d like it to.
Multilingual Control Panel in Semi-dedicated Servers
The Control Panel which comes with our semi-dedicated server accounts was built by our developers, which allows us to update it and to include new functions much faster than our competition. It is named Hepsia and it is an all-in-one software instrument, used to control not only content, but also renewal payments, domain address registrations and records, support tickets and upgrades. That way, everything you need shall always be several clicks away and you'll never have to sign in to another system for any task. Hepsia features right-click menus, educational videos and drag-and-drop upload support, which will eliminate the need of using a third-party application for any of those things. Over 15 languages are presently supported and more are on the way, so with only a mouse click, you will be able to switch to Spanish, Russian, German, Chinese or Italian. You can also find over ten color schemes, not to mention that you will be able to also move every section of the Control Panel around and set up everything in accordance with your personal preference.