File Manager in Shared Hosting
The File Manager tool, that is a part of our in-house made Hepsia Control Panel, will enable you to administer all the files that you upload to your shared hosting account without any difficulty. You can move files and whole folders by dragging-and-dropping them within the account. You can easily upload content in the same manner - pick a file/folder on your computer system and drag it to your Internet browser in which the File Manager is loaded. By right-clicking a file or a folder inside your account, you could also access context menus with more sophisticated options - you shall be able to create or to unpack an archive, to create a password-protected area, to modify the UNIX permissions using a web interface or to change the content with a variety of editors without ever leaving the CP – a code editor, an HTML editor or a plain text editor. We have also added help articles and video tutorials, which you can access straight from the File Manager to get more information about its functions.
File Manager in Semi-dedicated Servers
The File Manager tool, which is an essential part of our custom Hepsia website hosting Control Panel, shall give you 100 % control over your content and will eliminate the need of using third-party applications. If you'd like to upload a file to your semi-dedicated server account, you will only have to drag-and-drop it, due to the fact that the File Manager supports uploads, so you will not have to use an FTP client anymore. You will also be able to transfer files and folders in the account just as easily and their structure will be kept the same. If you'd like to change the permissions of any file, to create a password-protected area for a domain or a subdomain or to modify a file using a plain text or an HTML editor, you will simply have to use the right-click, since you may access all these functions through right-click context menus - you’ll feel like you’re working on your home computer. To make managing your content much easier, you will be able to sort it in ascending or descending order by name, size or last modified date.