Using the WebDockers Control Panel, you’ll gain access to our feature–rich File Manager. It will make it easier to quickly manage your webpages without having to turn to an FTP software. You can add data files through a secure connection by dragging them into the web browser. In addition, you can speedily archive and unarchive files and directories, create password–protected areas, adjust data file permissions and a lot more. Check out the functions built into our File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file uploads
The least complicated method to upload files
Posting data files with an FTP client is an outdated and really unsafe way of transferring files from your desktop machine or notebook to a server. This is why, we have included drag’n’drop file upload support in the File Manager. Just drag the data files that you want to upload from your PC into your browser and they’ll start to publish in your hosting profile through a secure SSL connection.
You don’t need to install any additional software package, web browser plug–ins or applications. The drag–and–drop function works equally well on Windows, Mac and Linux.
Right–click context menus
Manage all of your with just a click of the mouse
A large number of File Managers include all of the activities that one can perform within a file or folder at the top of the webpage. We think this is just not properly arranged. With the File Manager, you can access all file control options any time you right–click a file or folder. This option is also valid for a lot of files/folders.
It is possible to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete any file or folder you decide on with a mouse–click.
Be in charge of archives with just a mouse–click
The File Manager offers an internal archive/unarchive option to help you to submit substantial archives and then extract them inside your web hosting account within seconds. Once compressing a file or directory, it’s possible to select the name of the archive that will be created along with its extension – .ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ. Additionally, you are able to compress existing folders or files with only a click of the mouse.
The archive/unarchive option provided by the File Manager lets you work with large files directly from your Control Panel. No reason to apply any third party software for instance an FTP client in an effort to upload a large file in your website hosting account or download an archive to your desktop.
Online file editors
Change files from your Control Panel
With the File Manager it is easy to alter your files instantly on the Internet making use of any of the inbuilt tools. The text editor shows the files with a plain text formatting, the code editor features syntax highlighting for your .PHP or .JS files, and the WYSIWYG editor makes it possible to preview your modifications as they show up live. All the changes that you come up with and save are going to be displayed right away on the Internet, in order for you to review them in your own browser and get back to make extra changes, in case you are not satisfied with the result.
It is not necessary to download your files, to change them in your machine and to re–upload them back into your web hosting account. Each of the editors are found through the buttons near the top of the file table or from the right–click context menus.
A logical folder structure
All your files organized in a straightforward way
Each of the files in your cloud hosting account are structured into directories. Each host does have its primary folder, that employs the file hierarchy you have pre–set. By doing this, it is really simple to handle all your hosts from one place without chance of becoming lost or confused.
By default, you’ll see each of the hosts conveniently listed in a table and when you click once on a specific host, you will observe each of the sub–folders and files associated with it. By clicking two times, you will go to a page which is dedicated to that host exclusively. Another way to open the folder pertaining to a given host and to work with it exclusively, is to use the drop–down menu near the top of the main File Manager file table.
A user–friendly interface
A File Manager meant for people
The majority of web File Managers are slow and challenging to use. They give you limited functions and are not really straightforward. We strive to transform that with the WebDockers File Manager. It is developed to be practical and to look like an item you you’re already familiar with – the File Manager on your desktop.
All of its attributes, the drag & drop file upload solutions, the right–click context menus, the internal file editors, etc. are available for a single purpose – to help make taking care of your website(s) a lot easier.
Work with multiple files
Modify different files all at once
You’ll be able to manage a plethora of files at the same time making use of the multi–selection capability of the WebDockers File Manager. All you have to do is simply hold down the Control key and click on the files or folders that you like to choose. Should you wish to pick a pair of files/folders in a row at the same time, pick the first file/folder, press the Shift key and then click on the final file or folder within the group.
If you have selected the required files/folders, you can drag them to a specific place, or apply different activities to them making use of right–click context menu or maybe the buttons at the top of the file table.
Quick & simple password protection options
The easiest method to guard your data
There’s a single standard approach to safeguard a folder with a pass word – by generating an .htaccess file. In case, however, you aren’t technically experienced sufficiently, you’ll have issues doing it on your own. To generate things simple for you, we’ve designed an easy–to–work–with password protection user interface to the File Manager accessible within the Control Panel.
To employ the option, simply right–click on a directory and select Password Protection. Then fill in the login name and the password that you’ll want to make use of and then click on the button. That’s it. Now the particular directory is going to be hidden by the general pubic and will also be accessible to approved account owners.