The easiest way to give a third-party access to the files in a certain folder is to create an FTP account and to put content access restrictions regarding your web hosting space. In case you use the services of a web designer, for instance, they won’t gain access to any other content or any personal information within your hosting account. You can also create multiple FTP accounts to run different sites created with a desktop web design application like FrontPage or Dreamweaver – each website can be published and then updated using an FTP account that has access to its very own domain name folder on the server. All these things will be possible as long as you’re able to set up and manage your FTP accounts without any hassles.

FTP Manager in Shared Hosting

All our shared hosting plans come with a multifunction, albeit simple-to-use FTP Manager, which will enable you to administer all the FTP accounts that you have created in a seamless way. The software instrument is an integral part of our next-generation Hepsia hosting Control Panel and aside from setting up and removing FTP accounts, you can edit the password associated with any active account with only 2 clicks of the mouse. You can change the level of access for any specific account just as easily – you only have to click on the access path associated with the account in question and then to select the new folder. Furthermore, you can download an auto-config file for different FTP client applications and set up any of the FTP accounts on your PC by simply installing the given file. For simpler and more effective control, you can sort the FTP accounts alphabetically on the basis of their usernames or their access paths.

FTP Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting

Even in case you have never had a hosting account previously, you will have no problem administering any part of your worldwide web presence in case you purchase a semi-dedicated server from our company and the FTP part makes no exception. With the FTP Manager, which is included in our next-gen Hepsia hosting Control Panel, you will have complete control over your FTP accounts via a really simple-to-use interface. With only a couple of clicks of the mouse, you’ll be able to accomplish more or less everything – to set up or to delete an FTP account, to change its password, to alter the directory that it can connect to or to use auto-config files for FTP programs such as FileZilla and Core FTP. In case you’ve got an enormous number of FTP accounts, you’ll be able to administer them without any hassles, as you can sort them alphabetically in ascending or descending order either by username or by access path.