What is Drupal?

Drupal is regarded as the most popular CMS tools accessible online. It enables you to fairly quickly produce virtually any website – a private blog, a bulletin board, a media site, an online store, etc. Drupal has always been lauded for it’s perseverance and security – that is why it’s been picked out as the system behind a few of the greatest web sites online, for instance – Economist.com and WhiteHouse.gov.

Drupal has a very large & proactive community. It includes more than 500,000 contributors that make web themes, add–ons and can assist you with any challenge you post on a Drupal community forum.

Drupal is a registered trademark of Dries Buytaert and is not affiliated with CircleOver.

Drupal–Optimized Linux Shared Services Services

Assuming that you are searching for the easiest option to get started with your Drupal website then you’ve came to the right place. At CircleOver we provide fast Drupal installation and setup for all of the Drupal Linux shared services accounts. With each and every Drupal Linux shared services account, it will be easy to choose a fresh group domain for just $7.49, or transfer your existing one – once again at no charge!

Our Drupal Linux shared services plans are safeguarded via a 99.9% service uptime guarantee and also a 99.9% network uptime guarantee. Each Linux shared services account offers you unlimited disk space, infinite traffic and unrestricted MySQL storage. And, CircleOver’s tech support staff is available 24/7. They have a 1–hour maximum answer time guarantee and usually reply inside of 20 minutes.

A Point & Click Web Site Control Panel

Our Drupal Linux shared services plans come with an easy to navigate Web Site Control Panel, that has been entirely created by us. It is accessible in different languages and designs, so you’re able to customize it according to your personal taste. The Control Panel provides an easy to use user interface that has a wide selection of tools, that can ensure that you get full control over the content of your website.

You’ll receive a drag–and–drop File Manager where your Drupal files will be saved, a Database Manager for your databases, as well as an all–inclusive Mail Account Manager via which you can control all of your emails. Additionally, you will have access to an in–depth statistics tool which will update you with real–time info about your site traffic and resource usage.