Tutorial videos are several-minute-long how-to movies that show you precisely how to carry out a particular task. If you have never had a website and the web hosting sphere is something entirely new to you or in case you’ve switched companies and have never seen the new web hosting provider’s Control Panel, such video lessons will be quite handy and will help you grow familiar with the tool, not to mention the amount of time that you will save. Without video tutorials, you’d have had to either test out the separate buttons in the Control Panel or read step-by-step help articles. Despite the fact that you can still find out how to get stuff done by yourself, it’d be significantly easier to watch an understandable tutorial video and after that to simply conform to the instructions, avoiding any possibility of slipping up in case a specific help article is not sufficiently explicit.
Video Tutorials in Shared Web Hosting
In case you buy a shared web hosting package through us and you’re uncertain about how to perform a given operation in your Hepsia Control Panel, you can check our comprehensive video tutorial repository where you can find 10’s of tutorial video clips that will reveal to you all the functions and features that Hepsia includes. In case you have never had a website until now and this is your very first web hosting account, you can find out how to import or export a database, how to activate anti-spam protection for a specific mailbox or how to choose another PHP version for the account. All related video clips will always be located on the right side of your screen in each and every Hepsia Control Panel section, so you can always see only the tutorials that you require at the very moment. If you are interested to discover more about other functions that you can access, you can go to the video section dedicated particularly to these tutorials where you will find the full list. Apart from how-to video clips, you will also be able to see helpful instructive tutorials – what access and error logs are, what CPU load is, and so on.