The simplest way to provide a third-party with access to the web files in a specific folder is to create an FTP account and to specify website content access limits with regard to your web hosting space. If you use the services of a web designer, for instance, they won’t be granted access to any other files or any personal details within your account. You can also create separate FTP accounts to maintain a number of sites created with a desktop web design app like FrontPage or Dreamweaver – each site can be published online and subsequently modified using an FTP account with access to its very own domain name folder on the server. All these things will be possible as long as you are able to create and manage your FTP accounts in a seamless way.
FTP Manager in Shared Web Hosting
Our in-house built Hepsia hosting Control Panel, which is included with each and every shared web hosting
package, will give you access to multiple features to administer your FTP accounts easily through the FTP Manager section. If you would like to create a brand new FTP account, to edit the password for an existing one or delete it entirely, it won’t take more than one click of the mouse. As opposed to other Control Panels where you need to create a brand new FTP account if you want to acquire access to a different folder, our FTP Manager will permit you to modify the access path associated with an existing FTP account pretty easily and you will be able to view the access paths for all the FTP accounts as soon as you visit the FTP Manager section of the Hepsia Control Panel. For your convenience, you can create an account on your computer system by downloading and installing an auto-configuration file for various applications – Core FTP, CyberDuck, FileZilla. You can also arrange the accounts in descending or ascending order based on their access paths or usernames and find the one that you want faster and easier.
FTP Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Our semi-dedicated server
configurations are managed via the intuitive, custom Hepsia hosting Control Panel. One of its sections – the FTP Manager, is dedicated to managing your FTP accounts and anything associated with them, so you can administer all the accounts quickly and seamlessly. It’ll take a single click of the mouse to set up a new FTP account, to remove an active one or simply to edit its password. You can also view the full list of your accounts in this Control Panel section and, for your convenience, you can arrange them in alphabetical order – descending or ascending, either by their access path or by username. Modifying the path for a certain account is also rather easy – you will simply need to click on it and select the new folder in the pop-up window that will show up, so you will not need to create a new FTP account if you simply want to define what files an existing one can access. You can also make use of auto-configuration files for popular FTP apps such as FileZilla and Core FTP.