The simplest way to grant a third-party access to the web files in a given directory is to set up an FTP account and to specify content access limits with regard to your web hosting space. If you use the services of a web designer, for instance, they won’t have access to any other files or any private info within your hosting account. You can also set up multiple FTP accounts to maintain a number of sites built with a desktop web design application like FrontPage or Dreamweaver – each site can be published on the World Wide Web and subsequently updated using an FTP account that has access to its very own domain name folder on the hosting server. All these things will be possible as long as you’re able to create and administer your FTP accounts easily.
FTP Manager in Hosting
The Hepsia Control Panel, which comes with each of our Linux hosting
, offers a functionality-loaded FTP Manager tool that will grant you complete control over all FTP accounts in your hosting account. Creating or removing an account requires literally only one mouse click and all the accounts that you have at any given moment will be shown alphabetically, so you can effortlessly locate the one that you want. You will also be able to see what folder an account can access and by clicking it, you can change it. In case you’d like to connect to your web space using an FTP client such as FileZilla or Core FTP, you can download an auto-config file for any of the FTP accounts and run it on your computer – the account in question will be configured without you needing to do anything manually yourself. Also, you can view the full list of all the domains or sub-domains that you’re able to use.
FTP Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting
If you open a semi-dedicated server
account with our company, you will be able to make use of different features that are accessible in the FTP Manager section of our leading-edge Hepsia Control Panel. You can set up a brand new FTP account and specify which folder it will access with just a few clicks via an easy-to-use interface. A list of all the FTP accounts that you have will be displayed in the same section as well and, for the sake of convenience, you can arrange them by username or access path in descending or ascending order, so you’ll be able to quickly find the account that you want. Modifying the access path for an active FTP account is as simple as clicking on it and selecting the new path, while removing an account or editing its password requires a single click of the mouse as well. With the FTP Manager, you can also make use of configuration files for commonly used desktop software apps such as CyberDuck and FileZilla.