The simplest way to grant a third-party access to the web files in a specific directory is to set up an FTP account and to put website content access restrictions with regard to your web hosting space. If you use the services of a web designer, for instance, they will not have access to any other content or any private data in your web hosting account. You can also set up separate FTP accounts to manage a number of Internet sites built with a desktop web design application like FrontPage or Dreamweaver – each site can be published online and then updated using an FTP account with access to its very own domain name folder on the server. All these things will be possible provided that you are able to set up and administer your FTP accounts effortlessly.

FTP Manager in Shared Hosting

All our shared hosting plans come with a multi-feature, yet simple-to-work-with FTP Manager tool, which will enable you to administer all the FTP accounts that you’ve got with no effort. The software instrument is included in our cutting-edge Hepsia hosting Control Panel and besides setting up and deleting accounts, you’ll be able to edit the password for any existing account with just two clicks. You can modify the level of access for any specific FTP account just as easily – you will just have to click on the access path for the account and then to pick the new folder. What’s more, you can download an auto-configuration file for several FTP software programs and set up any of the FTP accounts on your PC by simply installing the given file. For simpler and more efficient management, you can sort the accounts alphabetically on the basis of their access paths or their usernames.

FTP Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting

If you open a semi-dedicated server account with our company, you’ll be able to use different features that are available in the FTP Manager section of our leading-edge Hepsia Control Panel. You can create a brand-new FTP account and specify which folder it will access with only a couple of mouse clicks via an easy-to-work-with graphical interface. A list of all the accounts that you have will be displayed in the very same section as well and, for convenience’s sake, you can sort them by access path or username in ascending or descending order, so you’ll be able to swiftly locate the account that you want. Modifying the path for an active FTP account is as simple as clicking on it and selecting the new path, whereas removing an account or changing its password requires one single mouse click too. Using the FTP Manager, you can also make use of configuration files for commonly used desktop FTP apps like CyberDuck and FileZilla.