With Shared Hosting, a single server hosts multiple websites, which means you share the server resources with other websites.
Is Cloud Hosting better than Shared Hosting?
Cloud Hosting harnesses the power of the cloud to provide a scalable environment to handle traffic spikes and durability to withstand server failures. In Shared Hosting, users share server resources, whereas, Cloud Hosting provides Dedicated RAM and CPU to your highly resource intensive website.
Can i get cPanel access.?
Yes, you can get Free cPanel Account. You can manage all services without any restriction.
How can i build my website?
You can build your website in numerous ways, ranging from Softaculous one-click installations to uploading custom code written in HTML/CSS, PHP, Python, Ruby, etc.
Can i get Extra Email, SQL, Domain.?
Yes, you can get Extra Emails, SQL Database, Add on Domains by adding addons to your hosting plans. (Addons Available)*
What is Free SSL.?
The Free Let’s Encrypt SSL lasts for 90 days from issuance and renews automatically at no cost to you so your site hosted with Vital Hosting should never be without an SSL.
Can I transfer my existing website to Vital Hosting?
You can migrate your Web Hosting package from another Web Hosting provider to Vital Hosting. For further details, please contact our Support team.
Can I host multiple websites within one Shared Hosting plan?
Yes, you can host multiple websites on our Dedicated, Deluxe and Ultimate Hosting Plan by adding secondary domains through your hosting control panel.
Intuitive Control Panel
User-friendly cPanel Control Panel with CloudFlare CDN plugin and PHP Selector
Website Statistics: Webalizer, AWStats, Referrer, Raw Log Manager and Error Logs
Instant Shopping Carts, Portals, Blogs, Counters, Forums, and Formmail
Password Protected Directories and Custom Error Pages
Web Based File Manager, IP Deny Manager, Hotlink Protection and Redirect URL
Programming & Databases
MySQL Databases with phpMyAdmin Access
Programming Language: CGI, Fast CGI, Ruby on Rails, PHP, Python, Perl, SSL