The comprehensive web hosting review site HostingReview360.com has introduced the best photography hosting company in 2014 with the purpose to offer reference for photographers in selecting an optimized service to host their image sites with fast speed, easy-to-use tools, affordable price and responsive technical support.
Among the 100+ web hosts reviewed for the award, InMotion Hosting surpasses all the competitors to be the winner. The recommendation is based on the editors' real experience of hosting an image gallery on the company's shared platform for more than 3 months.
For small sized photography websites,
As Softaculous auto installer is offered, each package gives support to the 1-click installation of most popular image gallery applications, including Gallery, Piwigo, Coppermine, ZenPhoto, TinyWebGallery, phpAlbum, 4images, Pixelpost, and so on. The compatibility of all the software is not a problem because the latest versions of PHP and MySQL are installed on
For the management of the billing information, account information, website files, domains, security, installed software and other related issues, photographers are able to utilize cPanel control panel to complete the process.
In the case that webmasters are troubled by unfamiliar technical issues, they are allowed to get assistance from
For detailed information, follow this link to read more about InMotion Hosting.
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