When using the Webtake Control Panel, you will get access to our feature–rich File Manager. It’ll make it easier to rapidly control all of your web pages with no need to make use of an FTP software. You could add data files over a risk–free connection by simply dragging them into the browser. Also, you could rapidly archive and unarchive files and folders, set password–protected areas, modify data file permissions and a lot more. Check out the capabilities integrated into our File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file uploads
The easiest approach to publish files
Posting files with an FTP tool is an out–of–date and really unsafe way of switching data files from your desktop machine or notebook to a hosting server. That’s why, we have integrated drag & drop file upload support in the File Manager. Just drag the files that you want to publish from your computer into your web browser and they will start to publish in your website hosting profile through a safe SSL communication.
You don’t need to install any additional software package, web browser extensions or web apps. The drag & drop function operates just as well on Windows, Mac and Linux.
Right–click context menus
Check out the whole set of readily available file managing possibilities with only a mouse–click
Due to the right–click menus that we have included in the File Manager, it is possible to alter your files incredibly easy. Click on a file or directory and from the panel that will appear, select the action that you’d like. You can rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete just about any selected file. When you click a folder, additionally, you will view the option to generate a different sub–folder or file within it.
When you select many different files or directories, you will be able to use the exact same procedures to all of them simultaneously.
Make use of massive files easily
Thanks to the integrated archive/unarchive option, the File Manager enables you to deal with substantial files and not have to use FTP. You can reduce the size of a folder to a lightweight size by simply clicking on the Compress button or get the items in an archived directory using the Extract button. When compressing a directory as well as a couple of files, you will be able to decide on the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) and also the title of one’s archive file.