The simplest way to provide a third-party with access to the files in a specific directory is to create an FTP account and to put content access limits regarding your web space. If you use the services of a web designer, for instance, they will not get access to any other content or any personal data in your account. You can also set up separate FTP accounts to manage different Internet sites created with a desktop web design app like FrontPage or Dreamweaver – each Internet site can be published on the web and then updated using an FTP account with access to its very own domain folder on the hosting server. All these things will be possible on the condition that you are able to set up and manage your FTP accounts without effort.

FTP Manager in Website Hosting

If you open a website hosting account with our company, you’ll be granted access to the powerful FTP Manager, that’s an integral part of our in-house developed Hepsia web hosting Control Panel. The tool comes with a number of different options, aside from the possibility to set up or remove FTP accounts. You’ll be able to check the access path associated with each account and by clicking on it, you can change it so that the account will access a different directory. Auto-configuration files are available for download as well, so you won’t have to set up anything manually – you can just download the particular file for Core FTP, FileZilla or CyberDuck and run it on your computer. To make the management itself simpler, the FTP Manager will permit you to see all the accounts that you’ve set up in alphabetical order, based on either the username or the access path.

FTP Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting

Even in case you’ve never had a hosting account previously, you will have no problem managing any part of your worldwide web presence if you acquire a semi-dedicated server from our company and the FTP part is not an exception. With the FTP Manager, which is an integral part of our cutting-edge Hepsia hosting Control Panel, you will exert complete control over your FTP accounts through a rather simple-to-use GUI. With only a few clicks, you will be able to do more or less everything – to set up or to remove an FTP account, to edit its password, to alter the folder that it can access or to use auto-config files for FTP client applications like Core FTP and FileZilla. In case you have lots of FTP accounts, you will be able to administer them with ease, as you can sort them alphabetically in descending or ascending order either by username or by folder access path.