We provide you with a drag & drop File Manager, offering a collection of easy–to–work–with applications like an inbuilt graphic viewer and a selection of file writers. You could make speedy uploads, archive/unarchive data files, modify permissions and far more. The applications are well–organized and simple to navigate with huge action buttons and right–click context navigation. Consider the various tools and features integrated in the Acruxnet File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file uploads
The simplest way to upload files
Submitting data files with an FTP tool is an obsolete and quite an insecure method for shifting data files from your desktop computer or notebook to a web server. By reason of this, we have integrated drag–and–drop data file upload support in the File Manager. Just pull the files that you need to publish from your PC into your web browser and they’ll start to publish in your website hosting account through a risk–free SSL connection.
You don’t need to mount any additional computer software, browser add–ons or programs. The drag & drop functionality operates equally well on Windows, Mac and Linux.
Right–click context menus
All of the file management options at your disposal
We have always given our best to make the File Manager as intuitive as it could possibly be, so you are able to come up with adjustments to your files. Aside from the standard command bar near the top of the page, we have now in addition introduced right–click contextual menus with the simple file managing choices. Simply click on a file or directory and pick the actions you want within the collection that will pop–up.
It is possible to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete any file or folder you select with only a mouse–click. When you click a directory, also you can generate a completely new folder or file in it.
The right–click choices are conveniently obtainable at the time you pick different files or folders at once.
Archive or extract archive files within seconds
Not like nearly all file management user interfaces as well as FTP clients, the Acruxnet Web Site Control Panel has a solution to archive/unarchive files faster. It is really convenient–to–use. To get a directory reduced to a small size, simply choose it and then click the Compress button. To open up the belongings of an archived folder in your web hosting account, pick it and then click the Extract button. The File Manager works with a number of file extensions, for example .ZIP, .RAR and .TAR.GZ.
Integrated file editors
Zero third–party software packs are necessary
We have bundled a couple of file editors within the Web Site Control Panel so you’re able to produce quick and easy adjustments for your files and never have to use any third party software packages. Inside the File Manager you’ll find a WYSIWYG editor that will help keep an eye on all the changes that you come up with right away, a code editor that has syntax displaying for one’s .JS or .PHP files, along with a plain text editor for more competent customers. All the changes you come up with and save are going to be demonstrated quickly on the web.
You can access the file editors making use of the buttons near the top of the file table and also by right–clicking any file/folder.
A logical folder structure
Your files organized in a user–friendly way
All of the files in your website hosting account are organized into directories. Every host features its own main folder, which employs the file hierarchy you have pre–set. By doing this, it is really straightforward to take care of all of your current hosts from a single place without the probability of getting lost or puzzled.
By default, you will see all of the hosts conveniently listed in a table and when you mouse–click once on a given host, you will see the whole set of sub–folders and files pertaining to it. By clicking on two times, you will visit a page which is focused entirely on that host alone. A further way to open the folder related to a particular host and then to work with it exclusively, is to use the drop–down menu towards the top of the primary File Manager file table.
A user–friendly interface
A File Manager developed for the people
Most web File Managers are slow–moving and very difficult to apply. They offer modest options and aren’t really convenient–to–use. We strive to change that by means of the Acruxnet File Manager. It was meant to be intuitive and to appear to be something you are already well aware of – the File Manager on your personal computer.
All its capabilities, the drag & drop file upload solutions, the right–click context menus, the built–in file editors, etcetera exist for one purpose – to help make maintaining your website(s) more convenient.
Work with multiple files
Change numerous files at the same time
Using the Acruxnet File Manager, you’re able to select multiple files or directories exactly like you do on your desktop machine or laptop. Simply hold down the Control (Command for Apple’s Mac OS) key and click on the required files/folders. If you’d like, to choose a good amount of files/folders at once, simply click a single file/folder, hold down the Shift key and click on any file or folder.
When you have selected each of the files that you need, it is possible to drag them into a distinct folder, or take advantage of the right–click contextual menu to check out a list of the available actions.
1–click password protection options
The ultimate way to secure your details
Password protection is the best method to confine the accessibility to a certain component of your website you do not want to be obvious to everyone. For example, this can be a secure members’ area or, perhaps an area with copyrighted information that you would like exclusively specific people to access.
Through the File Manager it is easy to password–secure your website as well as a certain folder inside it with just a mouse–click. Simply right–click a folder, select Password Protection and specify the username and then security password. You don’t have to handle .htaccess files or to try to make any extra adjustments. In the future, merely the site visitors that have your username and security password will gain access to your website.