What is PrestaShop?

With PrestaShop, you will be able to swiftly set up an online shopping portal and to manage it effortlessly. The PHP script offers a new and more intuitive approach to administering an online store, with the key philosophy being “Things ought to be simple”. PrestaShop is available in many languages and presently powers over 130 000 active online shopping portals.

PrestaShop’s admin backend offers all the features that you need – they are only a mouse click away. You’ll be able to easily manage unlimited products, to organize them by price range or by availability, to update them, to set up bulk discounts for all products or for just a given number of products and much, much more.

PrestaShop is a registered trademark of PrestaShop SA and is not connected with ikpenistephen.net Hosting.

PrestaShop–Optimized Shared Hosting Service Services

With ikpenistephen.net Hosting’s PrestaShop shared hosting service service, you can have your web store published to the web with a click of the mouse. Just pick PrestaShop from the web application pull–down menu on the signup page and we’ll install your PrestaShop copy as soon as we set up your shared hosting service account. This will allow you to start working on your online shopping portal right after the signup procedure has been completed.

A Point & Click Web Site Control Panel

Our PrestaShop–optimized shared hosting service plans include a point–and–click Web Site Control Panel, which was built in–house by us. It is available in over 10 different languages and features a user–friendly interface offering a variety of tools, which will give you full authority over your e–commerce portal’s content.

You will get a drag & drop File Manager where your PrestaShop files will be saved, a Databases Manager for your databases, and a full–featured Email Accounts Manager from where you can manage all your e–mail box accounts. In addition, you will acquire access to a detailed stats tool, which will supply you with up–to–the–minute details about your traffic and system resource consumption.