Applied as FTP (File Transfer Protocol) software alternatives, online file managers have always been sluggish and poorly featured. Nevertheless, with the File Manager built in the BokWeb.com Hosting Control Panel, you will not only employ a speedy, intuitive and easy–to–use file administration software, but also a software instrument that will make a third–party FTP program unneeded. Take a look at several of the functions that we have integrated into our File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file upload options
Transmit data files to your web pages effortlessly
The File Manager in your Hosting Control Panel includes a swift, drag–and–drop capability that will let you move files between your personal computer and your hosting profile with no need to apply an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) tool. You could pull files from your PC and drop them in your Hosting Control Panel with a mouse–click through a safe SSL connection.
The drag–and–drop feature is included in the Hosting Control Panel, therefore, you don’t have to set up any third party computer software to work with it. It will also work on all leading Os’s, so all you should do to apply it is log into your File Manager.
Right–click context menus
All of the file control options at hand
We’ve tried to make your File Manager as user–friendly as possible, so you’ll be able to make adjustments for your files. Apart from the traditional control bar towards the top of the page, we have now additionally included right–click context menus with all the current basic file managing possibilities. Just click on a file or directory and pick the action you want through the selection that will turn up.
It is possible to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete any file or folder you choose with a click of the mouse. Should you click on a folder, you should also create a completely new folder or file inside it.
The right–click choices are conveniently obtainable when you choose many different files or folders simultaneously.
Handle archives with only a mouse–click
The File Manager provides an integrated archive/unarchive solution that may help you submit massive archives and extract them in your website hosting account blazingly fast. Any time compressing a file or folder, it’s possible to decide on the name of the archive that will be created as well as its extension – .ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ. Additionally, it is possible to archive existing folders or files with only a mouse–click.
The archive/unarchive solution available from the File Manager permits you to handle massive files directly from your Hosting Control Panel. No reason to apply any third–party software just like an FTP client so as to upload a large file onto your hosting account or download an archive in your desktop.
Online file editors
The easiest way for you to update your files
Our File Manager makes it possible for you to manage your files entirely on the hosting server without needing to download, transform and subsequently re–upload them. It’s possible to change your files straight away on the net, using BokWeb.com’s in–built editors. We supply a code editor with syntax displaying for your .PHP or .JS files, a WYSIWYG editor for HTML files, plus a standard text editor for more expert users.
You can access every single file editor when using the right–click contextual menus. All of the adjusts made to the files are shown quickly online – you’re able to directly preview them inside your browser.
A logical folder structure
All of your files arranged in a convenient–to–use way
All the files in your web hosting account are neatly arranged into folders. Each host does have its main folder, that follows the file hierarchy you have created. By doing this, it is really not difficult to control all of your current hosts in one place without the risk of becoming lost or perplexed.
By standard, you will see all of the hosts conveniently indexed in a table and when you mouse–click once on a specific host, you’ll see all of the sub–folders and files pertaining to it. By clicking on twice, you are going to go to a web page which is focused entirely on that host exclusively. One other way to load the folder associated with a particular host and also to work with it solely, is using the drop–down menu near the top of the main File Manager file table.
A user–friendly interface
A File Manager intended for people
The vast majority of web File Managers are sluggish and challenging to use. They give you constrained possibilities and generally aren’t really user–friendly. We strive to change that through the BokWeb.com File Manager. It was designed to be user–friendly and to appear like something you already know – the File Manager on your personal computer.
All its features, the drag & drop file upload options, the right–click contextual menus, the integrated file editors, etc. exist for just one reason – to help make taking care of your site(s) much simpler.
Work with multiple files
Modify multiple files at the same time
When using the BokWeb.com File Manager, it is possible to choose an array of files or folders precisely like you do on your own computer. Simply hold down the Control (Command for Mac OS) key and then click the required files/folders. If you’d like, to choose multiple files/folders at once, simply click one file/folder, press the Shift key and then click any file or folder.
After you have chosen all of the files that you want to, it is easy to drag them to a different location, or use the right–click context menu to find out a list of the available activities.
1–click password protection options
The easiest method to guard your data
Password protection is the foremost way for you to reduce the ability to access a specialized section of your site you do not wish to be visible to every one. For example, this could be a safe and secure members’ area or, perhaps a location with copyrighted data that you like exclusively specific people to view.
From the File Manager it’s possible to password–secure your website or a selected folder inside with merely a click of the mouse. Simply right–click a folder, select Password Protection and specify your user name and then security password. You don’t have to take care of .htaccess files or to generate any other adjustments. In the future, just the site visitors which have your user name and security password will be able to gain access to your web site.