Using the Yates Web Solutions Site Control Panel, you’ll get access to our feature–rich File Manager. It will assist you to quickly control your web sites with no need to make use of an FTP tool. You could add files through a safe connection by pulling them into the web browser. Also, you could promptly archive and unarchive files and directories, set password–protected areas, adjust data file permissions and much more. Browse through the characteristics integrated into our File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file upload options
Transfer data files to your webpages easily
The File Manager in your Site Control Panel boasts a rapid, drag’n’drop capability that will help you transfer data files between your computer and your web hosting profile with no need to use an FTP client. You can easily pull data files from your computer and drop them in your Site Control Panel with a click of the mouse using a secure SSL connection.
The drag & drop function is built–into the Site Control Panel, so that you will not need to set up any third–party application to employ it. It also works well on all popular Os’s, so all you need to do to use it is log into your File Manager.
Right–click context menus
All file administration choices at your fingertips
We have given our best to make the File Manager as intuitive as it can be, so you’ll be able to come up with adjustments to your files. Besides the regular command bar at the top of the page, we have in addition added right–click contextual menus with all the current general file management possibilities. Click on a file or directory and select the action you’d like to have from the selection that will appear.
It’s possible to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete any file or folder you select with merely a click of the mouse. In the event you click on a directory, additionally you can set up a completely new folder or file within it.
The right–click option is also available if you pick many different files or folders at the same time.
Archive or extract archive files within seconds
Distinct from the majority of file management interfaces and FTP clients, the Yates Web Solutions Site Control Panel provides a solution to archive/unarchive files considerably quicker. It is really intuitive. To have a folder reduced to a compact size, just select it and click on the Compress button. To open up the items in an archived folder inside your web hosting account, choose it and then click the Extract button. The File Manager works with an assortment of file extensions, such as .ZIP, .RAR and .TAR.GZ.
Integrated file editors
No third–party software packages are required
We have included a collection of file editors within the Site Control Panel to assist you to generate easy and quick modifications for your files without having to use third party software. Inside the File Manager there is also a WYSIWYG editor that can help you keep an eye on all the changes you create immediately, a code editor that has syntax displaying for your .PHP or .JS files, and a plain text editor for more competent users. All the changes you come up with and keep will be demonstrated quickly online.
You have access to the file editors using the buttons at the top of the file table or by right–clicking a selected file/folder.
A logical folder structure
Your files organized with user–friendly manner
All the files within your website hosting account are neatly organized into directories. Each web host does have its primary folder, that uses the file structure you have selected. This way, it is straightforward to deal with all your hosts from a single place without the probability of becoming lost or confused.
By default, you’ll see each of the hosts placed in a table and if you mouse–click once on a given host, you’ll see all of the sub–folders and files associated with it. By clicking on twice, you will visit a web page which is focused entirely on that host alone. An alternative way to open the folder associated with a specific host and to use it exclusively, is to try using the drop–down menu towards the top of the primary File Manager file table.
A user–friendly interface
Manage your files with merely a click of the mouse
The Yates Web Solutions File Manager is designed in such a manner as to help you feel similarly to using the services of the file explorer on your desktop. It has a solution to drag your files and then to drop them inside a preferred area and reveals all the available modification options upon clicking the right mouse button. In addition, the tool comes with an in–built file preview solution and various file editors that will help edit your files live directly from your Site Control Panel.
Also, we’ve integrated a number of file management articles and how–to video clips to guide you to fairly quickly learn how to make use of the tool.
Work with multiple files
Adjust various files concurrently
With the Yates Web Solutions File Manager, you’re able to pick out different files or folders precisely like you do on your desktop computer or notebook. Simply hold down the Control (Command for Mac) key and then click the required files/folders. In case you would like, to choose a good amount of files/folders simultaneously, just click a single file/folder, press the Shift key and click on any file or folder.
Once you’ve picked all of the files that you require, it is easy to drag them into a specified location, or take advantage of the right–click context menu to view a summary of the available features.
1–click password protection options
The simplest way to secure your information
Password protection is the best path to constrain the means to access a specialized part of your web site that you do not wish to be visible to everyone. As an example, this might be a secure members’ spot or even a location with copyrighted information that you want only certain people to access.
With the File Manager you’re able to password–secure your site or perhaps a certain directory inside it with merely a click of the mouse. Just right–click a directory, select Password Protection and fill in the username as well as password. There’s no need to address .htaccess files or to generate any additional adjustments. From now on, simply the website visitors that have your user name and password will be able to gain access to your website.