What is PrestaShop?
If you wish to manage an online store, but you don’t have much experience in working with sites, then PrestaShop is your answer. It’s a shopping cart software app meant to be simple and easy to use, but it is rich in features at the same time.
PrestaShop comes in multiple languages and is used in more than one hundred and fifty countries. It powers 130 000+ online shopping portals. It boasts a special administrative dashboard, referred to as “back office”, which is the heart of your e–shop. Using it, you can quickly add more products, manage existing ones, set quantity discounts, and a lot more, with one single click of the mouse.
PrestaShop™ is a registered trademark of PrestaShop SA and is not affiliated with dbqphost.com - a div of databankqp.com.
PrestaShop–Optimized Linux Cloud Hosting Services
With dbqphost.com - a div of databankqp.com’s PrestaShop Linux cloud hosting service, you can get your Internet shop published to the Internet with one click of the mouse. All you have to do is select PrestaShop from the web app drop–down menu located on the order page and we’ll install your PrestaShop copy immediately after we activate your Linux cloud hosting account. This will let you start working on your Internet shop right after the account activation process has finished.
A Point & Click Control Panel
Our PrestaShop–optimized Linux cloud hosting packages come with a point & click Control Panel, which was built in–house by dbqphost.com - a div of databankqp.com. It is offered in over 10 different languages and sports a user–friendly user interface offering a variety of tools, which will grant you full authority over your online shop’s content.
You’ll get a drag ’n’ drop File Manager where your PrestaShop files will be kept, a Databases Manager for your databases, and a fully featured Email Accounts Manager from where you can administer all your emails. What’s more, you will be provided with access to a detailed stats tool, which will present you with up–to–date details about your traffic and resource consumption.