What is PrestaShop?

With PrestaShop, you’ll be able to quickly kick off an online shopping portal and to maintain it without difficulty. The web application offers a new and more user–friendly method for managing a web store, with the key philosophy being “Things ought to be simple”. PrestaShop is translated into lots of languages and now powers more than 130 000 active web shops.

PrestaShop’s admin backend offers all the features that you might possibly need – they’re just a mouse click away. You’ll be able to quickly administer unlimited products, to arrange them by price or by availability, to update them, to set bulk discounts for all items or for only a specific number of items and much, much more.

PrestaShop is a trademark of PrestaShop SA and is not connected with Cartwright Hosting.

PrestaShop–Optimized Linux Cloud Web Hosting Services

With Cartwright Hosting’s PrestaShop Linux cloud web hosting service, you can get your web store published online with a click. All you have to do is select PrestaShop from the web app drop–down list on the order page and we shall install your PrestaShop copy immediately after we activate your account. This will allow you to begin working on your online shopping portal right after the registration process has finished.

A Point & Click Online Control Panel

Cartwright Hosting’s PrestaShop Linux cloud web hosting packages come bundled with a point–and–click Online Control Panel, which was developed in–house by Cartwright Hosting. It’s offered in more than ten different languages and has an easy–to–use interface offering a bouquet of tools, which will give you complete control over your online shop’s content.

You will get a drag & drop File Manager where your PrestaShop files will be placed, a Database Manager for your databases, and an all–inclusive Mail Manager from where you can administer all your email box accounts. In addition, you will be bestowed with access to a comprehensive stats tool, which will offer you up–to–the–minute info about your bandwidth and system resource consumption.