What is Drupal?

Drupal is an open–source CMS web app, that stands behind numerous websites and apps, such as several of the largest web sites on the web like Economist.com and WhiteHouse.gov. It’s maintained by international community of over 500,000 clients and programmers who continuously add fresh changes as well as add the most evolved technologies on the www.

You can employ Drupal to set up any type of site – a personal blog, bulletin board, a multimedia web site, a webstore, etc. Because of the huge variety of available add–on modules and preconfigured templates for feature–rich websites, you will have a great basis for jump–starting your website.

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

Drupal–Optimized Linux Shared Web Hosting Plans Services

If you need a recommendable Drupal Linux shared web hosting plans solution, you’ve just reached the perfect place. At MasayaHost, all of the Drupal Linux shared web hosting plans services come with a 99.9% service uptime, guaranteed. We shall additionally install & set up Drupal for you as soon as you sign up. And furthermore, provided that at any point in the initial 30 days you’re not content with our products – we shall offer you a refund, no questions asked.

Each of our Drupal Linux shared web hosting plans deals also boasts unrestricted disk space, unlimited traffic and unrestricted MySQL storage. Because of this, your site can easily evolve and be ever more popular without you ever being forced to care about reaching any service limitations.

A Point & Click Web Hosting Control Panel

MasayaHost’s Drupal Linux shared web hosting plans packages come with a well designed Web Hosting Control Panel, that’s been 100% created by us. It’s available in a range of languages and designs, so you can personalize it as per your personal preferences. The Control Panel comes with a point and click interface with a wide range of applications, which will present you with total command over the content of your site.

You will have a drag–and–drop File Manager where your Drupal files will be kept, a Database Manager for your personal databases, and also a fully featured Mail Account Manager through which you can control all your emails. Furthermore, you will get access to a detailed stats tool which will update you with real–time information regarding your traffic and resource usage.