File Manager in Shared Hosting
The File Manager tool, which is a part of our custom Hepsia Control Panel, will permit you to administer all of the files which you upload to your shared hosting account without any difficulty. You'll be able to move files and entire folders by dragging-and-dropping them in the account. You can easily upload content in the same manner - choose a file/folder on your computer and drag it to your web browser in which the File Manager is loaded. By right-clicking a file or a folder within your account, you can also access context menus with more sophisticated options - you shall be able to set up or to unpack an archive, to set up a password-protected area, to change the UNIX permissions via a web interface or to edit the content with a number of editors without ever leaving the Control Panel – an HTML editor, a plain text editor or a code editor. We have also included help articles and video tutorials, you can access right from the File Manager to get more information about its capabilities.
File Manager in Semi-dedicated Servers
If you host your sites within a semi-dedicated server account with us, you shall be able to take advantage of our feature-rich File Manager. The tool is a part of the in-house developed Hepsia Control Panel and is just as simple and user-friendly. It takes only a click to create, rename or delete a file or a folder inside your account and for your comfort, you will be able to sort the content by type, size, name or last modified date. Because the File Manager supports drag-and-drop actions, you may speedily relocate any content within the account, including folders, and their structure shall be preserved. If you want to upload any content, you won't need an FTP program, since you may drag-and-drop the folders straight from your personal computer. The File Manager also includes more complex features and you will be able to alter file permissions, to work with archives and to edit files with plain text and HTML editors, that may be accessed through right-click context menus.