When using the ASG Web Hosting Web Control Panel, you will get access to our feature–rich File Manager. It’ll allow you to promptly control your web sites without the need to turn to an FTP software. You could upload data files through a protected connection by simply pulling them into the browser. Additionally, you can promptly archive and unarchive files and directories, set password–protected locations, change file permissions and so much more. Take a look at the attributes built into our File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file uploads
The least complicated approach to upload files
Posting files with an FTP client is an obsolete and really unsafe way for moving files from your laptop or computer to a web server. Because of this, we have included drag’n’drop data file upload support in the File Manager. Just pull the files that you want to add from your desktop into your browser and they will start to publish in your web hosting account over a secure SSL communication.
You don’t need to set up any extra software pack, browser add–ons or applications. The drag–and–drop function works equally well on Windows, Mac or Linux.
Right–click context menus
Check out the whole set of available file management options with merely a mouse–click
Because of the right–click menus that we have integrated in the File Manager, you are able to alter all of your files in a time and effort saving manner. Simply click on a file or folder and through the panel that will actually pop up, opt for the actions that you like. It is possible to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete just about any chosen file. When you click a folder, you will also see the option to create a completely new sub–folder or file inside.
If you choose multiple files or directories, it is possible to use the same measures to all of them at the same time.
Handle substantial files effectively
Because of the built–in archive/unarchive option, the File Manager helps you to handle big files with no need to use FTP. You are able to reduce the size of a directory into a lightweight size by clicking on the Compress button or get the contents of an archived directory by using the Extract button. Whenever compressing a folder as well as a bunch of files, you can also choose the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) and the name of one’s archive file.