Used as FTP (File Transfer Protocol) software alternatives, web file management tools have always been sluggish and poor in features. Still, when using the File Manager included in the MonkeyBizHosting.com Control Panel, you will not only have a blazingly fast, responsive and easy–to–work–with file supervision client, but also a software tool that will make an external FTP application unneeded. Check out some of the options that we have integrated into our File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file uploads
The most simple method to add data files
Adding data files with an FTP tool is an obsolete and really insecure way for switching files from your desktop computer or laptop to a web hosting server. For this reason, we have included drag & drop data file publish support in the File Manager. Simply drag the data files that you need to upload from your PC into your browser and they’ll start to upload in your web hosting profile through a protected SSL communication.
You don’t have to deploy any additional software pack, browser add–ons or web apps. The drag–and–drop functionality performs equally well on Windows, Linux or Mac.
Right–click context menus
All file management choices readily available
We’ve given our best to make File Manager as intuitive as feasible, so it is easy to make alterations to your files. Besides the normal command bar near the top of the page, we have additionally put in right–click context menus with all the basic file control options. Simply click on a file or folder and select the activity that you like through the list that will pop–up.
You are able to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete any file or directory you decide on using a mouse–click. If you click on a directory, it is possible to generate a completely new directory or file inside it.
The right–click choices are also available at the time you pick different files or folders at the same time.
Archive or extract archive files in seconds
Not like a large number of file management interfaces as well as FTP clients, the MonkeyBizHosting.com Control Panel features a solution to archive/unarchive files much more speedily. It is really user–friendly. To get a folder shrunk into a compact size, all you need to do is select it and click on the Compress button. To open up the items in an archived folder inside your account, select it and click on the Extract button. The File Manager uses an assortment of file extensions, for example .ZIP, .RAR and .TAR.GZ.
Online file editors
The best way to adjust your files
Our File Manager allows you to edit your files entirely on the web server without the need to download, adjust and then re–upload them. It is easy to change your files instantly on the net, employing the built–in editors. We provide a code editor having syntax emphasizing for your .JS or .PHP files, a WYSIWYG editor for HTML files, along with a regular text editor for the more competent end users.
You can access every single file editor making use of the right–click context menus. All of the adjusts made to the files are reflected immediately online – you’ll be able to directly preview them inside the web browser.
A logical folder structure
All of your files arranged in a convenient–to–use way
Each of the files inside your hosting account are separated into directories. Each web host does have its primary directory, that uses the file structure you have defined. This way, it is really easy to maintain all of your hosts in one place without the probability of becoming lost or puzzled.
By standard, you’ll see all of the hosts conveniently contained in a table and if you click once over a specific host, you will see the whole set of sub–folders and files pertaining to it. By clicking on two times, you are going to visit a webpage that is centered on that host only. One other way to load the folder pertaining to a specific host and to use it solely, is by using the drop–down menu near the top of the main File Manager file table.
A user–friendly interface
A File Manager developed for people
The majority of online File Managers are slow and quite difficult to use. They offer modest options and are not really straightforward. We aim to change that through the MonkeyBizHosting.com File Manager. It is meant to be intuitive and also to seem like an item you know – the File Manager on your PC.
All of its functions, the drag & drop file upload options, the right–click context menus, the in–built file editors, etcetera exist for 1 purpose – to make managing your site(s) less complicated.
Work with multiple files
Modify various files at the same time
The File Manager can save you a plenty of time whenever using many different files. You can easily select multiple files simultaneously and use a desired activity for them like you do in your desktop computer or laptop. To pick arbitrary files at once, simply click the Control key, and to choose a list of adjacent files, use the Shift key. It’s that simple.
When you have picked the files, you can actually automatically transfer them to an additional spot making use of the drag & drop option. By means of the right–click context menu along with the buttons above the file table, you’ll be able to use a variety of other activities – you are able to copy, rename, delete, download and revise your files, alter file permissions, and so on.
Quick & simple password protection options
The simplest way to secure your details
In order to password–protect a directory within your web site, you have got to make an .htaccess file by hand. Having said that, this can be time–consuming and complicated if you’re not well–trained in website hosting. Thanks to the File Manager, you may create a password–secured directory and conceal all its contents from any users with only a few mouse–clicks.
What you need to complete is right–click a directory, select Password Protection and then click on the Add option. After that simply select a user name together with a security password. No extra setup is necessary and there is no reason to address an .htaccess file. Our platform will manage every little thing on your behalf.