What is Drupal?

Drupal is an open–source CMS web application, which powers numerous sites and apps, such as some of the biggest sites on the internet just like Economist.com and WhiteHouse.gov. It’s maintained by a worldwide community of more than 500,000 consumers and administrators who continuously add brand new improvements as well as integrate the most advanced technologies on the internet.

You can utilize Drupal to set up just about any web site – an individual blog, bulletin board, a media site, an e–shop, etc. Because of the multitude of accessible add–on modules and preconfigured web themes for feature–rich websites, you have an excellent basis for jump–starting your site.

Drupal is a registered trademark of Dries Buytaert and shares no connection with YourHostService.

Drupal–Optimized Linux Shared Website Hosting Services

Provided that you need a time–tested Drupal Linux shared website hosting solution, you’ve come to the ideal place. At YourHostService, all the Drupal Linux shared website hosting services feature a 99.9% service uptime, guaranteed. We shall also install & set up Drupal for you just after sign–up. Furthermore, in the event that at any point during the first 30 days you’re not content with our services – we are going to offer you a refund, no questions asked.

Every single one of the Drupal Linux shared website hosting packages also comes with limitless disk space, infinite traffic and limitless MySQL storage. This way, your site can easily evolve and become more popular than ever without you being forced to bother about reaching any service limits.

A Point & Click Control Panel

Our Drupal Linux shared website hosting bundles include a simple Control Panel, that has been 100% created by us. It is offered in a number of languages and colors, allowing you to personalize it based on your taste. The Control Panel comes with a point and click interface that has a host of apps, which will offer you full command over the content of your site.

You’re going to get a drag–and–drop File Manager where your Drupal files will be saved, a Databases Manager for your databases, together with a fully featured Mail Account Manager via which you can handle all your emails. On top of that, you will receive access to a detailed statistics tool which will update you with real–time info on your site visitors and resource usage.