What is Drupal?

Drupal is an open–source CMS web app, which drives many sites and apps, for example – several of the most important web sites on the www for example – Economist.com and WhiteHouse.gov. It’s taken care of by a global community of over 500,000 users and designers who always add brand new changes and also incorporate the most advanced technologies on the www.

You can use Drupal to make any sort of site – a personal blog, discussion board, a multimedia website, an online store, etc. Thanks to the variety of accessible add–on modules and preconfigured web themes for feature–rich sites, you will have a fantastic basis for jump–starting your site.

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

Drupal–Optimized Shared Hosting Services

If you’re looking for the smartest option to launch your Drupal website then you’ve came to the right spot. At eBizNessNetwork you can expect automatic Drupal installation and setup for all of the Drupal shared hosting accounts. With each and every Drupal shared hosting account, you are able to choose a fresh FREE domain name, or move your existing one – again absolutely free!

Our Drupal shared hosting bundles are secured with a 99.9% service uptime guarantee together with a 99.9% network uptime guarantee. Each individual shared hosting account provides unlimited disk space, infinite traffic and unrestricted MySQL storage. And, our tech support staff is happy to help 24/7. They have a 1–hour maximum response time guarantee and typically answer back in just 20 minutes.

A Point & Click Online Control Panel

The Drupal shared hosting bundles feature a user–friendly and uncomplicated Online Control Panel, which was exclusively developed by us. It’s available in a wide variety of languages and styles, which means you can customize it based on your preferences. The Control Panel has a point and click user interface with a wide variety of instruments, that will give you 100% control over the content of your site.

You can find a drag–and–drop File Manager where your Drupal files will be stored, a Database Manager for your own databases, in addition to an all–inclusive Mail Account Manager from which you can manage all of your emails. Additionally, you get access to an in–depth statistics tool that will update you with real–time info on your site visitors and resource consumption.