Upload files to my hosting account

Getting Files to your site
You can add files to your web hosting space through the File Manager, FTP and the Web Disk

1. File Manager : The File Manager allows you to view the files in your site as well as to upload new files and modify existing files. You can access it on the main screen of your interface through the File Manager File Manager area. Once inside the File Manager, you can click on File Manager to upload files to your site.

2. Web Disk: If you need to move a lot of files at a time, or find yourself often making changes to your site, you can set up a web disk to easily access your site. A web disk allows you to add a link to your home computer's desktop that goes to our web site's files. This means that you can view the files on your site just like you would the files on your home computer. The next step will allow you to create and set up your web disk.

3. FTP Accounts
You can use FTP to upload files to your site. To do this, you will need to create a FTP account to access your site with. You can do this in the FTP Accounts area which is linked on the home page of this interface. Then, you will need to download a FTP client that works with your operating system so you can connect to that account. Most used FTP Softwares are Filezilla & WinSCP.

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