The simplest way to provide a third-party with access to the web files in a particular directory is to set up an FTP account and to set website content access restrictions regarding your hosting space. If you use the services of a web developer, for example, they will not obtain access to any other files or any private data in your hosting account. You can also use separate FTP accounts to maintain different sites built with a desktop web design app like FrontPage or Dreamweaver – each Internet site can be published on the web and subsequently modified using an FTP account with access to its very own domain folder on the server. All these things will be possible as long as you’re able to set up and manage your FTP accounts effortlessly.
FTP Manager in Hosting
When you you open a hosting
account with our company, you’ll get access to the incredibly powerful FTP Manager, which is an integral part of our custom-built Hepsia web hosting Control Panel. The tool includes a number of different options, besides the ability to create or remove FTP accounts. You’ll be able to see the access path for each account and by clicking it, you can change it so that the account will access a different folder. Auto-configuration files are available for download too, so you won’t have to set up anything manually – you can just download the specific file for Core FTP, CyberDuck or FileZilla and run it on your PC. To make the management simpler, the FTP Manager will permit you to see all the accounts that you’ve set up in alphabetical order, based on either the username or the access path.
FTP Manager in Semi-dedicated Servers
Even if you’ve never used a hosting account before, you will not have any difficulty administering any part of your web presence in case you purchase a semi-dedicated server
from us and the FTP part makes no exception. With the FTP Manager, which is a part of our innovative Hepsia hosting Control Panel, you’ll exert full control over your FTP accounts through a really simple-to-navigate graphical interface. With only a few clicks of the mouse, you’ll be able to accomplish pretty much everything – to create or to delete an FTP account, to change its password, to alter the directory that it can connect to or to download auto-config files for FTP client apps such as Core FTP and FileZilla. In case you’ve created a lot of FTP accounts, you will be able to administer them effortlessly, as you can sort them alphabetically in ascending or descending order either by folder access path or by username.