What is PrestaShop?
If you’d like to kickstart an e–shop, but you have little experience in dealing with websites, then PrestaShop is the perfect solution for you. It is an e–commerce software app meant to be simple and easy to use, but it is feature–rich at the same time.
PrestaShop is available in multiple languages and is used in more than 150 countries. It powers over 130 000 web shops. It features a unique administrative user interface, also known as “back office”, which is the heart of your web shop. From there, you can easily add new products, administer existing ones, set quantity discounts, and a lot more, with a single click of the mouse.
PrestaShop™ is a trademark of PrestaShop SA and is not affiliated with WP WEB SPACE.
PrestaShop–Optimized Linux Shared Website Hosting Service Services
With WP WEB SPACE’s PrestaShop Linux shared website hosting service service, you can get your e–shop published to the web with one single mouse click. All you have to do is select PrestaShop from the web app drop–down list on the signup page and we shall install your PrestaShop copy as soon as we activate your Linux shared website hosting service account. This will let you begin working on your Internet shop right after the registration process has been completed.
A Point & Click Website Control Panel
WP WEB SPACE’s PrestaShop–optimized Linux shared website hosting service plans come bundled with a point & click Website Control Panel, which was designed in–house by ourselves. It’s translated into over 10 different languages and sports an easy–to–use user interface offering a host of tools, which will grant you absolute command over your shopping portal’s content.
You’ll get a drag ’n’ drop File Manager where your PrestaShop files will be placed, a Databases Manager for your databases, and a full–featured E Mail Manager from where you can manage all your mailbox accounts. Plus, you will be bestowed with access to an elaborate stats tool, which will present you with real–time information about your bandwidth and system resource consumption.