File Manager in Cloud Web Hosting
When you buy a Linux cloud web hosting from our company, you can take advantage of a sophisticated File Manager tool, which is a part of our Hepsia hosting Control Panel. It provides numerous capabilities and even regular ones such as copying or moving files could be accessed through right-click context menus, which will make you feel like you’re employing an application on your desktop computer. If you relocate whole folders, their structure shall be kept intact, so you will not have to be worried about scrambled files. The context menus will give you access to lots of other advanced capabilities as well, so things like creating an archive of an entire folder or creating a password-protected area shall be merely a click away. Furthermore, you will not need a third-party FTP program to upload content, due to the fact that our File Manager supports drag & drop and folder uploads. You may also use 3 different file editors – a WYSIWYG editor, a code editor and a plain text editor.
File Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting
When you host your websites inside a semi-dedicated server account with us, you shall be able to benefit from our feature-rich File Manager. The tool is an important part of the in-house developed Hepsia CP and is just as simple and intuitive to use. It will only take a mouse click to create, rename or delete a file or a folder inside your account and for your comfort and ease, you shall be able to sort the content by type, name, size or last modified date. Because the File Manager supports drag-and-drop actions, you can swiftly transfer any content within the account, including folders, and their structure shall be preserved. If you want to upload any content, you'll not need an FTP program, because you may drag-and-drop the folders right from your computer system. The File Manager also features advanced capabilities and you'll be able to change file permissions, to use archives and to edit files with plain text and HTML editors, which can be accessed through right-click context menus.