Applied as FTP software substitutes, web–based file managers have always been sluggish and poor in features. Nevertheless, using the File Manager integrated in the Eaa Hosting Online Control Panel, you will not only employ a speedy, intuitive and time and effort saving file supervision client, but also a tool that will make a 3rd party FTP program unnecessary. Have a look at a few of the functions that we have integrated into our File Manager.
Drag–and–drop file uploads
Upload files without trouble
Transferring files between your desktop machine and any of your webpages is right now fast and simple, because of the drag’n’drop feature provided by the File Manager. You can easily drag files from your personal computer and drop them in the Online Control Panel via secure SSL communication. That’s it. It requires a few seconds to publish a data file and slightly longer for larger data files and directories.
There is no need to install any third party software package or web browser add–ons. The drag & drop feature built into the File Manager operates equally well on all major operating systems.
Right–click context menus
All of the file managing choices at hand
We’ve aimed to make the File Manager as user–friendly as possible, so you’ll be able to produce modifications for your files. Besides the regular command bar near the top of the page, we have now also put in right–click context menus with all the current basic file managing possibilities. Simply click on a file or folder and select the action that you’d like through the list which will turn up.
You can easily rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete any file or folder you decide on with only a mouse–click. In the event you click on a folder, it’s also possible to generate a completely new folder or file within it.
The right–click choices are conveniently obtainable any time you choose numerous files or folders at once.
Manage large files easily
On account of the internal archive/unarchive solution, the File Manager will allow you to deal with substantial files and not have to use FTP. It’s possible to reduce the size of a folder into a small size by clicking on the Compress button or gain access to the items in an archived folder using the Extract button. When compressing a directory or a collection of files, it is possible to choose the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) along with the title of one’s archive file.