What is PrestaShop?

With PrestaShop, you will be able to swiftly create an Internet shop and to administer it easily. The PHP script offers a new and a lot more user–friendly way of administering a shopping portal, with the key philosophy being “Things have to be simple”. PrestaShop is translated into many different languages and currently powers more than 130 000 active e–shops.

PrestaShop’s admin backend offers all the features that you might need – they’re just a click away. You will be able to quickly administer an unlimited number of products, to sort them by price or by availability, to update them, to set up quantity discounts for all products or for just a certain number of products and much, much more.

PrestaShop is a registered trademark of PrestaShop SA and is not affiliated with Free Domain Name.

PrestaShop–Optimized Linux Shared Website Hosting Packages Services

With our PrestaShop Linux shared website hosting packages service, you can have your e–store published online with a click of the mouse. Just choose PrestaShop from the web application drop–down list on the signup page and we shall install your PrestaShop copy immediately after we activate your hosting account. This will let you begin working on your e–shop right after the registration procedure has been completed.

A Point & Click Web Hosting Control Panel

Our PrestaShop–optimized Linux shared website hosting packages plans come with a point & click Web Hosting Control Panel, which was designed in–house by us. It is available in over 10 different languages and has an easy–to–use user interface offering a number of tools, which will give you absolute control over your online shopping portal’s content.

You will get a drag & drop File Manager where your PrestaShop files will be placed, a Databases Manager for your databases, and an all–embracing Mailbox Manager from where you can administer all your email messages. Plus, you will get access to an elaborate stats tool, which will give you up–to–the–minute details about your traffic and resource usage.