What is Drupal?

Drupal is an open–source CMS application, that is the system behind a large number of websites and applications, such as some of the largest websites on the web for example – Economist.com and WhiteHouse.gov. It is serviced by international community of over 500,000 clients and administrators who regularly add completely new updates and also include the latest systems on the www.

You’re able to use Drupal to build any sort of website – your own blog, an online community, a media web site, an e–shop, etc. On account of the multitude of readily available add–on modules and preconfigured templates for feature–rich sites, you will have a really good foundation for jump–starting your site.

Drupal is a trademark of Dries Buytaert and is not connected with TulipHost.

Drupal–Optimized Shared Web Hosting Services

Provided that you need a professional Drupal shared web hosting solution, you’ve come to the right place. At TulipHost, all of the Drupal shared web hosting services feature a 99.9% service uptime, guaranteed. We shall also install & set up Drupal for you just after sign–up. And furthermore, provided that at any time in the initial 30 days you are not happy with our solutions – we are going to offer you your money back, no questions asked.

Every one of the Drupal shared web hosting plans additionally features limitless disk space, unrestricted traffic and unrestricted MySQL storage. Therefore, your website can evolve and be more and more popular without you ever being required to be concerned about reaching any service boundaries.

A Point & Click Web Hosting Control Panel

Our Drupal shared web hosting offers include a simple point and click Web Hosting Control Panel, that’s been 100% developed by us. It’s available in a number of languages and designs, so you can customize it depending on your taste. The Control Panel comes with an easy to use interface that has a wide range of tools, that will ensure that you get complete command over the content of your website.

You’ll get a drag–and–drop File Manager where your Drupal files will be saved, a Databases Manager for your databases, plus an all–inclusive Email Account Manager from which you can handle all of your email messages. Also, you will be granted access to a detailed stats tool which will update you with real–time information regarding your site traffic and resource usage.