When using the Websites by Fara Dina Online Control Panel, you’ll get access to our feature–rich File Manager. It’ll allow you to speedily take care of all of your webpages with no need to resort to an FTP client. You can add files through a protected connection by pulling them into the browser. Additionally, you could promptly archive and unarchive files and folders, set password–protected areas, adjust file permissions and so much more. Go through the capabilities contained in our File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file upload options
Move data files to your web pages without difficulty
The File Manager in your Online Control Panel offers a fast, drag’n’drop function that will assist you to move data files between your computer and your hosting account with no need to work with an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) client. You can pull files from your personal computer and drop them in your Online Control Panel with a click of the mouse by using a safe SSL connection.
The drag & drop feature is built–into the Online Control Panel, therefore, you will not need to set up any third–party software to use it. It will also work on all leading Operating Systems, so all you need to do to use it is sign in to your File Manager.
Right–click context menus
Check out all of the readily available file managing options with simply a click
Thanks to the right–click menus we’ve included in the File Manager, it is possible to edit your files easier than ever. Just click on a file or folder and with the pop–up panel, opt for the activity that you’d like. It is possible to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete virtually any picked file. When you click on a folder, additionally, you will view the solution to make a completely new sub–folder or file within it.
Whenever you choose multiple files or folders, you will be able to use the same procedures for all of them simultaneously.
Handle massive files efficiently
On account of the built in archive/unarchive option, the File Manager lets you manage huge files and not having to use FTP. It’s easy to pack a directory into a lightweight size by simply clicking on the Compress button or access the contents of an archived directory through the Extract button. Whenever compressing a directory or a list of files, you can also choose the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) as well as the title of the archive file.