What is Drupal?

Drupal is an open–source CMS web app, that stands behind an incredible number of sites and applications, including a portion of the most significant sites on the www for instance – Economist.com and WhiteHouse.gov. It’s serviced by global community of over 500,000 users and designers who constantly add completely new updates as well as integrate the most evolved technologies on the internet.

You can use Drupal to create any sort of web site – your own blog, an online community, a multimedia site, a webstore, etc. A result of the variety of accessible add–on modules and preconfigured web templates for feature–rich websites, you’ll find an excellent grounds for jump–starting your website.

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

Drupal–Optimized Shared Web Hosting Services

Assuming that you are searching for the best method to get started with your Drupal website then you have found the perfect place. At Noevo.Pro we provide quick Drupal installation and setup with all of the Drupal shared web hosting accounts. With each Drupal shared web hosting account, you will be able to choose a totally new com domain for just €12.04, or move your existing one – once again at no cost!

Our Drupal shared web hosting packages are shielded via a 99.9% service uptime guarantee and a 99.9% network uptime guarantee. Each shared web hosting account features limitless disk space, limitless traffic and unlimited MySQL storage. And moreover, Noevo.Pro’s tech support team is available 24/7. They have a 1–hour max answer time guarantee and most of the time answer in less than 20 minutes.

A Point & Click Control Panel

Noevo.Pro’s Drupal shared web hosting bundles include a user–friendly and uncomplicated Control Panel, which was entirely designed by us. It’s available in a number of languages and colors, so you’re able to customize it according to your taste. The Control Panel has an easy to use interface with a host of tools, that will ensure that you get full control 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 own databases, and also an all–inclusive Email Accounts Manager through which you can administer all of your email messages. Additionally, you have access to a detailed statistics tool which will update you with real–time information regarding your traffic and resource consumption.