With the DIY Websites Site Control Panel, you will gain access to our feature–rich File Manager. It’ll enable you to promptly manage your websites without having to make use of an FTP software. You can add files over a risk–free connection by pulling them into the browser. Additionally, you could rapidly archive and unarchive files and folders, create password–protected areas, modify file permissions and a lot more. Go through the capabilities integrated into our File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file uploads
The least difficult way to add data files
Publishing data files with an FTP client is an obsolete and quite an insecure way of shifting files from your desktop computer or laptop to a hosting server. For this reason, we have included drag & drop file publish support in the File Manager. Simply drag the data files that you need to publish from your PC into your browser and they will begin to upload in your hosting profile over a safe SSL communication.
You don’t need to set up any extra software package, web browser add–ons or apps. The drag–and–drop capability operates just as well on Windows, Mac and Linux.
Right–click context menus
All file managing possibilities at your fingertips
We’ve always given our best to make the File Manager as intuitive as feasible, so you’ll be able to generate changes for your files. Besides the traditional control bar towards the top of the web page, we have additionally added right–click context menus with all the basic file administration options. Click on a file or directory and pick the actions which you want within the list which will appear.
You can actually rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete any file or folder you decide on with merely a click of the mouse. Should you click a directory, additionally you can create a brand new directory or file within it.
The right–click choices are conveniently obtainable any time you pick numerous files or folders at once.
Archive or extract archive files in seconds
Unlike the vast majority of file management user interfaces as well as FTP (File Transfer Protocol) clients, the DIY Websites Site Control Panel boasts a way to archive/unarchive files much faster. It is uncomplicated. To have a folder shrunk to a lightweight size, simply pick it and click on the Compress button. To open the items in an archived directory within your account, select it and click on the Extract button. The File Manager uses a wide range of file extensions, for example .ZIP, .RAR and .TAR.GZ.
Online file editors
The fastest method to customize your files
The File Manager makes it possible for you to manage your files on the web server with no need to download, modify and afterwards re–upload them. You can actually update your files directly online, working with DIY Websites’s inbuilt editors. We provide you with a code editor equipped with syntax highlighting for your .PHP or .JS files, a WYSIWYG editor for HTML files, plus a standard text editor for the more expert end users.
You can access each file editor with the right–click context menus. All of the adjusts produced to the files will be reflected immediately online – it is easy to directly examine them inside your browser.
A logical folder structure
All your files arranged with a convenient–to–use way
All the files in your hosting account are neatly sorted into folders. Each and every web host features its own primary directory, that follows the file hierarchy that you have pre–set. This way, it is straightforward to take care of all of your hosts from one place without the chance of getting lost or confused.
By standard, you will see each of the hosts conveniently listed in a table and if you click once on a specific host, you’ll see all the sub–folders and files related to it. By clicking on twice, you will visit a web page that’s focused on that host alone. A different way to open the folder associated with a specific host and then to work with it exclusively, is to use the drop–down menu towards the top of the main File Manager file table.
A user–friendly interface
A File Manager created for real people
Working with your files is user–friendly and convenient with the DIY Websites Site Control Panel. You are going to experience a file management environment that is very close to your desktop machine’s file explorer. You are able to drag and drop files and handle all of them with a right click of the mouse. Using the built–in review solution, you can observe pictures the same as they will show up online, and throughout the built–in file editors you can create changes in your files quickly.
If you’d like guidance maintaining your files, you can actually make reference to the large number of posts and how–to video clips, which you can access with a click of the mouse.
Work with multiple files
Modify a wide range of files all at once
DIY Websites’s File Manager can help you save a lot of time when making use of many different files. It’s possible to choose multiple files at any given time and use a preferred activity for them exactly like you do in your laptop or computer. To choose random files simultaneously, just press the Control key, and to choose a couple of adjacent files, use the Shift key. It’s that straightforward.
Once you’ve chosen the files, you can actually at once transfer them to an additional place when using the drag–and–drop option. By making use of the right–click context menu and also the buttons above the file table, you can actually apply a myriad of other actions – you’re able to copy, rename, delete, download and revise your files, transform file permissions, etcetera.
1–click password protection options
The ultimate way to take care of your data
Password protection is the greatest route to reduce the accessibility to a particular part of your website which you don’t want to be noticeable to everyone. As an example, this can be a secure members’ place or a location with copyrighted information that you like exclusively particular people to get into.
From your File Manager you’re able to password–guard your web site as well as a certain directory inside it with only a mouse–click. Simply right–click a folder, choose Password Protection and define the user name and then security password. It is not necessary to handle .htaccess files or to make any extra adjustments. From now on, simply the visitors that have your username and security password will access your web site.