What is PrestaShop?

If you want to launch an e–commerce portal, but you have little experience in dealing with websites, then PrestaShop is the best solution for you. It is an e–commerce software application meant to be simple and easy to use, but it’s feature–rich at the same time.

PrestaShop is available in multiple languages and is used in 150+ countries. It powers 130 000+ e–commerce portals. It sports an exclusive admin interface, called “back office”, which is the heart of your online shopping portal. Using it, you can easily add more products, manage existing ones, assign quantity discounts, and a lot more, with a single click of the mouse.

PrestaShop is a trademark of PrestaShop SA and shares no affiliation with Goo Hosting.

PrestaShop–Optimized Shared Hosting Plans Services

With Goo Hosting’s PrestaShop shared hosting plans service, you can get your Internet shop published to the World Wide Web with one single mouse click. All you have to do is select PrestaShop from the web application pop–down menu on the order page and we’ll install your PrestaShop copy immediately after we set up your web hosting account. This will let you begin working on your online shop right after the registration process has been completed.

A Point & Click Web Site Control Panel

Our Web Site Control Panel, coming with every PrestaShop–optimized shared hosting plans package, has one purpose – to help you spend more time on your website and less time on our hosting Control Panel. It’s designed to be intuitive and easy to navigate. Besides, it is really fast and chock–full of free–of–cost bonuses.

Goo Hosting’s File Manager allows for drag ’n’ drop file uploads. With our Database Manager, you can back up databases with a single click of the mouse. With our Stats Manager, all statistics will be gathered automatically, there is no need for tracking codes. Using Goo Hosting’s Web App Installer, you can install over forty commonly used apps, no setup is required. Using Goo Hosting’s Web Accelerators, you can dramatically improve the loading speed of your site and improve your visitors’ on–site experience. And that is just a small list of the things you can do.