What is PrestaShop?

PrestaShop is an easy–to–use e–commerce web application for launching and maintaining a powerful shopping portal. It is open–source software, which is used in one hundred and fifty countries around the world and which presently powers 130 000+ e–commerce portals.

This e–commerce web app is bundled with well over 310 features, which will help you grow your online business and maximize your sales with minimal effort. Its administrative panel (also known as ’back office’) will enable you to manage a dynamic product catalog effortlessly with 1–click revisions. Quickly import and export, organize products, set quantity discounts and a lot more with just a mouse click.

PrestaShop is a registered trademark of PrestaShop SA and shares no connection with Hostta Hosting.

PrestaShop–Optimized Linux Cloud Website Hosting Packages Services

With our PrestaShop Linux cloud website hosting packages service, you can have your e–shop published to the web with a single click of the mouse. All you have to do is pick PrestaShop from the web app pop–down menu on the signup page and we shall install your PrestaShop copy immediately after we set up your Linux cloud website hosting packages account. This will let you begin working on your e–commerce portal right after the signup process has finished.

A Point & Click Site Control Panel

Our PrestaShop–optimized Linux cloud website hosting packages packages come with a point & click Site Control Panel, which was created in–house by ourselves. It is offered in more than ten different languages and boasts a user–friendly interface offering a collection of tools, which will give you complete command over your Internet shop’s content.

You will get a drag–and–drop File Manager where your PrestaShop files will be located, a Database Manager for your databases, and an all–encompassing Mail Accounts Manager from where you can administer all your mail messages. Also, you will be given access to a detailed stats tool, which will present you with real–time details about your traffic and resource consumption.