We provide you with a drag & drop File Manager, featuring a collection of easy–to–use instruments like an inbuilt graphic viewer and a number of file editors. You could make speedy uploads, archive/unarchive files, adjust permissions and a lot more. The tools are well–organized and simple to browse through with huge action buttons and right–click context menus. Find out more about the various applications and capabilities integrated in the Parahost Professional Web Hosting File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file uploads
The simplest approach to upload data files
Importing files with an FTP tool is an obsolete and really unsafe way of transmitting files from your notebook or computer to a web server. By reason of this, we have integrated drag & drop data file upload support in the File Manager. Just drag the files that you need to add from your PC into your Internet browser and they will start to upload in your hosting profile over a risk–free SSL communication.
You do not have to set up any extra software, browser extensions or applications. The drag & drop capability operates just as well on Windows, Mac and Linux.
Right–click context menus
Find out each of the readily available file management options with just a click
Because of the right–click menus we’ve included with the File Manager, you’ll be able to edit your files incredibly easy. Simply click on a file or folder and from the panel that will appear, choose the activity that you would like. You can rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete virtually any picked file. If you click on a folder, you can also view the option to generate a completely new sub–folder or file inside it.
When you select many different files or folders, you are able to use the exact same actions for all of them simultaneously.
Control archives with just a click of the mouse
The File Manager offers an integrated archive/unarchive solution to help you to submit big archives and extract them inside your cloud hosting account in the blink of an eye. The moment compressing a file or directory, it will be easy to decide on the title of the archive that is to be created as well as its extension – .ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ. At the same time, it is possible to archive existing folders or files with only a click of the mouse.
The archive/unarchive solution available at the File Manager really helps to use enormous files right from your Web Hosting Control Panel. You don’t need to work with any third–party software for instance an FTP client as a way to upload a big file in your website hosting account or download any kind of archive in your desktop.
Online file editors
The best solution to adjust your files
Our File Manager helps to change your files entirely on the web server and never have to download, change and re–upload them. It’s possible to adjust your files directly on the net, by making use of the integrated editors. Parahost Professional Web Hosting offers a code editor using syntax displaying for your .PHP or .JS files, a WYSIWYG editor for HTML files, plus a regular text editor for the more skilled end users.
You have access to each file editor when using the right–click contextual menus. All adjusts made to the files appear instantaneously online – you’ll be able to directly examine them inside your browser.
A logical folder structure
All of your files organized in user–friendly way
Each of the files inside your hosting account are arranged into folders. Every single web host features its own main folder, that employs the file structure that you’ve defined. In this way, it is really effortless to take care of all your hosts in one location without any risk of getting lost or puzzled.
By standard, you will notice each of the hosts conveniently listed in a table and if 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 are going to visit a page which is centered on that host only. An additional way to load the folder associated with a particular host and then to work with it solely, is using the drop–down menu towards the top of the main File Manager file table.