E-commerce platform

JohnnyK

Member
Registered
Joined
Mar 15, 2017
Messages
59
Points
0
What is the best platform to develop e-commerce website?
 

LJSHost

Well-known member
Hosting Provider
Registered
Joined
Jul 5, 2016
Messages
1,031
Points
63
You are not clear as to what you are asking.
Do you mean the hosting platform or a content platform like WordPress with Woocommerce ?
 

LJSHost

Well-known member
Hosting Provider
Registered
Joined
Jul 5, 2016
Messages
1,031
Points
63
A Linux shared hosting plan is all you need you can upgrade to a VPS once you feel the site and traffic is large enough to require it.
 

24x7CSM

Well-known member
Registered
Joined
Sep 27, 2016
Messages
263
Points
28
There are ready made e commerce templates available which are SEO friendly and light . You can use them as per your requirements and mostly they need a decent configuration VPS with LInux OS .
 

webhostuk

Well-known member
Hosting Provider
Registered
Joined
Jan 25, 2017
Messages
100
Points
18
Personally prefer Linux server with Cpanel and CentOS , best to manage with lots of help online to deal with security issues incase their are any.
 

HostaPolis

Active member
Registered
Joined
Mar 4, 2017
Messages
65
Points
0
Cpanel is number one for me. I have worked with it for many years and never had an issue with it. I guess it just depends on what you know and what you are aiming to achieve.
 

JohnnyK

Member
Registered
Joined
Mar 15, 2017
Messages
59
Points
0
But CPanel is Restricted to size and is mostly used with the websites that fall in the range of small to medium.
 

VirtuBox

Well-known member
Registered
Joined
May 3, 2016
Messages
1,622
Points
83
VirtuBox
Plesk is a good platform for eCommerce hosting, you can install in a single click the latest version of Prestashop or Magento and keep them automatically up-to-date. With Apache + Nginx and php7 it offer good performances even for Magento Multistore (One of my customer is running a 65 stores Magento website with Plesk Onyx).
 

HostBastic

Well-known member
Hosting Provider
Registered
Joined
Nov 17, 2016
Messages
320
Points
28
cPanel restriction are associated to the amount of resources allocated such as CPU, Ram, I/O and entry processes. However keep in mind you are shareing a dedicated server with hundreds if not thousands of other cPanel accounts. If you install cPanel on a VPS and allocate enough resources it can handle quite heavy traffic. But there is other factors to that like Websites, VPS, webserver(apache,nginx) and mysql optimization.
 

isix

Isix Hosting Services
Hosting Provider
Registered
Joined
Feb 21, 2017
Messages
257
Points
18
cPanel, Plesk or what's ever has nothing to do with eCommerce sites hosting/developing. The main purpose of such panels is to take control of the hosted accounts on a server, secondly the OS configuration and security if any offered by the vendor.

But CPanel is Restricted to size and is mostly used with the websites that fall in the range of small to medium.
cPanel doesn't have any restrictions regarding hosted websites. If you see any "restrictions" mentionted in some cPanel hosting plans, then these are set up by the hosting company, not by cPanel itself.
 

KelvinSmith

Well-known member
Registered
Hosting Provider
Joined
Feb 4, 2017
Messages
139
Points
18
It all depends on the amount of traffic your site receives. The people that are posting have used cPanel/Plesk before, you should take one step at a time. Go with cPanel first and then let us know the outcome.
 
Newer Threads
Replies
0
Views
1,540
Replies
21
Views
7,509
Recommended Threads

Latest Hosting OffersNew Reviews

Sponsors

Tag Cloud

You are using an out of date browser. It may not display this or other websites correctly.
You should upgrade or use an alternative browser.

Top