No matter your experience level or needs, our community forum will help you get started with your new web hosting account. For most users, this means setting up email addresses, creating a website, or moving an existing website over to your new hosting account. Explore the forum topics or ask a question to get started!
For most of our customers, the whole point of having a hosting account with InMotion is to build a great website. No matter what you're trying to make or what situation you need help with, we'll do our best to guide you to success.
Server Management can be anything from an occasional task to a full time job depending on the size and complexity of your business. This section has answers to questions about everything from software and files to analytics and connectivity.
InMotion's WordPress Hosting is versatile for everyone from beginners to advanced web developers. It simplifies the process of building websites by letting you manage from a single Dashboard on almost any device with internet access. Updates can be easily applied to keep you secure.
A Content Management System or CMS makes it easy for users to design and build a website without having to create the code themselves. They are capable of handling all the basic infrastructure needs for a website, allowing users to focus on the front end.
Explore our eCommerce discussions to figure out the best selling platform for your business needs. Learn from other community users, join eCommerce conversations, and even post your own questions to learn more about creating and running a successful online store.
This section is for all your questions regarding software that can be installed and run from your server. Topics range from media organization and streaming software to the latest Linux-based applications. While this will usually focus on Dedicated Server and VPS based plans, we'll try to help you with any software-specific questions.
Website Builders include various software solutions to help you build and publish a website to your web hosting. These platforms often favor rapid, template based design meant to make it easier for non-developers to create and update sites.