What is Drupal?

Drupal is an open–source CMS platform, which drives an enormous number of sites and applications, for example – some of the most significant web sites on the web like Economist.com and WhiteHouse.gov. It’s taken care of by international community of over 500,000 consumers and administrators who often add new changes as well as include the newest systems on the web.

You’re able to use Drupal to create any sort of site – your own blog, messaging board, a multimedia website, a web store, etc. A result of the huge variety of available add–on modules and preconfigured web themes for feature–rich sites, you will have a very good grounds for jump–starting your website.

Drupal is a registered trademark of Dries Buytaert and is not affiliated with GNet Hosting.

Drupal–Optimized Linux Shared Hosting Services

In case you want a stable Drupal Linux shared hosting solution, you’ve reached the right place. At GNet Hosting, all Drupal Linux shared hosting services feature a 99.9% service uptime, guaranteed. We shall furthermore install & configure Drupal for you as soon as you sign up. And furthermore, assuming that at any time in the first 30 days you aren’t pleased with our products – we’re going to offer you a refund, no questions asked.

Every one of our Drupal Linux shared hosting plans furthermore is sold with infinite disk space, unlimited traffic and unlimited MySQL storage. Because of this, your web site will be able to develop and be more popular than ever without you ever being forced to concern yourself with reaching any feature limits.

A Point & Click Online Control Panel

The Drupal Linux shared hosting plans provide a simple to use Online Control Panel, that was entirely made by us. It is available in several languages and designs, to help you to personalize it according to your personal taste. The Control Panel comes with a point and click user interface with a wide selection of apps, that can ensure that you get total command over the content of your web site.

You’re going to get a drag–and–drop File Manager where your Drupal files will be located, a Database Manager for your databases, in addition to a fully featured Email Manager from which you can administer all your emails. Additionally, you have access to an in depth statistics tool that will update you with real–time information regarding your site traffic and resource usage.