Applied as FTP client alternatives, web file managers have always been sluggish and poorly featured. However, when using the File Manager built in the NYC Web Design Web Hosting Control Panel, you won’t just employ a quick, responsive and user–friendly file managing software, but also a software tool that will make a third–party FTP application unnecessary. Check out some of the features that we have integrated into our File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file uploads
The most simple approach to publish files
Posting files with an FTP tool is an obsolete and quite an insecure method for relocating data files from your desktop computer or laptop to a web hosting server. That’s why, we have included drag’n’drop file upload support in the File Manager. Simply pull the files that you want to publish from your desktop computer into your Internet browser and they’ll begin to upload in your hosting profile through a safe SSL communication.
You don’t have to set up any additional software package, browser extensions or programs. The drag & drop functionality operates just as well on Windows, Mac and Linux.
Right–click context menus
Discover the whole set of readily available file control possibilities with simply a click
On account of the right–click menus we have included on the File Manager, you can change all of your files easier than ever. Click on a file or folder and from the panel which will appear, choose the actions that you want. You can rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete just about any chosen file. When you click a folder, furthermore, you will view the option to create a brand new sub–folder or file inside it.
Whenever you choose many different files or folders, it is easy to apply the exact same actions for all of them simultaneously.
Maintain archives with just a click of the mouse
The File Manager offers an inbuilt archive/unarchive solution that may help you submit enormous archives and then extract them in to your account in seconds. The moment compressing a file or folder, you will be able to select the name for the archive that is to be created plus its extension – .ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ. Furthermore, it is possible to compress already present folders or files with merely a click of the mouse.
The archive/unarchive option available from the File Manager permits you to use substantial files right from your Web Hosting Control Panel. You don’t have to employ any third party software for instance an FTP client so as to upload a big file onto your account or download any kind of archive to your desktop.
Online file editors
The fastest solution to customize your files
NYC Web Design’s File Manager helps to modify your files directly on the hosting server and never have to download, adjust and after that re–upload them. You’ll be able to revise your files instantly on the Internet, employing our included editors. NYC Web Design offers a code editor using syntax emphasizing for your .JS or .PHP files, a WYSIWYG editor for HTML files, and then a regular text editor for more competent users.
You can access every single file editor when using the right–click context menus. All of the alterations made to the files will be reflected at once online – it’s possible to directly examine them within your web browser.
A logical folder structure
All of your files sorted out with a simple to use method
When you are working with a variety of web sites concurrently, it’s crucial that you have every little thing sorted out. With some other File Managers, modifying several websites in the same account can be extremely tricky. Using our File Manager, you will find that it’s actually pretty easy. Every web site does have its own folder, which you can straight away identify, and all of the files pertaining to the given website are found there.
And also to make things even easier, you will find there’s a drop–down navigation where it’s easy to pick on which web host you intend to work in the File Manager. Our smart system will take you there within seconds.
A user–friendly interface
A File Manager made especially for the general public
The vast majority of web File Managers are slow and pretty difficult to work with. They have limited possibilities and certainly are not really straightforward. We seek to transform that through the NYC Web Design File Manager. It is created to be practical and to seem like an item you you are already familiar with – the File Manager on your personal computer system.
All of its functions, the drag–and–drop file upload options, the right–click contextual menus, the in–built file editors, etc. exist for a single reason – to create handling your website(s) a lot easier.
Work with multiple files
Transform a number of files simultaneously
When using the NYC Web Design File Manager, you can actually pick many different files or folders exactly like you do on your notebook or computer. Simply hold down the Control (Command for Mac) key and then click the required files/folders. If you’d like, to pick a considerable amount of files/folders at the same time, click on one file/folder, hold down the Shift key and click on any file or folder.
Once you have selected the whole set of files that you require, you can actually drag them to a specified location, or use the right–click contextual menu to check out a listing of the accessible actions.
Quick & simple password protection options
The ultimate way to secure your information
There is one standard way for you to protect a folder using a password – by making an .htaccess file. In case, however, you are not technically qualified sufficiently, you’ll have trouble performing it all on your own. To help with making things straightforward, we’ve integrated a time and effort saving password protection user interface to the File Manager available in the Web Hosting Control Panel.
To use the option, simply right–click on a directory and choose Password Protection. Following that fill in the login name as well as the security password which you want to make use of and press the button. That’s it. Now the chosen folder is going to be undetectable from the public eye and will also be accessible only to previously approved visitors.