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Web based file manager

I like to use the web-based file manager like the FileManager feature in cPanel. Easy to control and use the files. I am not technical savvy. I dont know SSH and Linux command. Also dont like to use FTP reason being its slow.

Using web-based file manager is the best. Because upload a zip file of WordPress which consist of thousands of files. It can save a lot of time when doing so. Refer to cPanel, then you will get what I mean.

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      • Kobi BentataKobi Bentata commented  · 

        An interface to show the contents of the server/app in a GUI way (much like the File Manager feature in cPanel, for example). Right now, you can get this information either by logging into the server, similar to the previous point here (SSH), or connecting to it via FTP. Either way, again, this can be time-consuming and critical accordingly.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        please don't become cpanel with this kind of bloat.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        I used this feature with another hosting provider and I feel great when my friend said - you will not change this now? Look. I logged in and changed my file through the web file manager. This is a very good proposition for us.

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