What is PrestaShop?

With PrestaShop, you’ll be able to swiftly kick off an online store and to maintain it without any difficulty. The web application offers a new and a lot more intuitive method for running a shopping portal, with the central philosophy being “Things must be simple”. PrestaShop is available in multiple languages and today powers over 130 000 active Internet shops.

PrestaShop’s backend offers you all the features that you’ll need – they’re just a click away. You’ll be able to easily administer an unlimited number of products, to organize them by price range or by availability, to modify them, to set up bulk discounts for all goods or for just a chosen number of products and much, much more.

PrestaShop is a trademark of PrestaShop SA and is not connected with Ozzieblue.

PrestaShop–Optimized Linux Cloud Website Hosting Packages Services

With Ozzieblue’s PrestaShop Linux cloud website hosting packages service, you can get your online shop published to the web with a click of the mouse. Just pick PrestaShop from the web application drop–down list on the order page and we shall install your PrestaShop copy immediately after we set up your web hosting account. This will let you start working on your shopping portal right after the account activation process has finished.

A Point & Click Website Control Panel

Ozzieblue’s PrestaShop Linux cloud website hosting packages packages include a point & click Website Control Panel, which was built in–house by Ozzieblue. It is offered in more than 10 different languages and boasts a user–friendly interface offering a bunch of tools, which will grant you total command over your e–commerce portal’s content.

You’ll get a drag–and–drop File Manager where your PrestaShop files will be placed, a Database Manager for your databases, and a fully featured E Mail Accounts Manager from where you can manage all your e–mails. Furthermore, you will have access to an in–depth stats tool, which will give you up–to–the–minute information about your traffic and system resource consumption.