FTP is short for File Transfer Protocol – a pretty popular way to transfer web files between a computer system and a server. Using an FTP client program like FileZilla or CuteFTP, you can set up a connection to the server and see its content in one pane, while the files on your computer will be displayed in another pane within the program window. All you need to do to send files or entire folders in either direction is to select them and then to drag them from one pane to the other. File Transfer Protocol is preferred by plenty of users because you can create different FTP accounts and each one can be restricted to connect to just one folder on the server, so a web designer, for instance, can do their task without being able to access any other directory in the website hosting account. Plus, the presence of different FTP accounts will also enable you to create multiple websites using web design applications such as FrontPage or Dreamweaver and to upload them to their corresponding directories on the server.

FTP Accounts in Cloud Website Hosting

You’ll be able to set up as many FTP accounts as you wish with each of the Linux cloud website hosting services that we offer, since we have decided not to limit this feature. Thus, you can have numerous websites at once or provide other people with access to separate directories. As soon as a given task has been accomplished and you wouldn’t like that individual to be able to access your web files any longer, you can update the password associated with the particular FTP account or you can simply remove that account with a couple of mouse clicks and stop worrying about anybody accessing it once again. The Hepsia Control Panel, which is offered with all hosting accounts, will allow you to check the full list of the active FTP accounts displayed in alphabetical order. It takes only one click to administer different options for any of them – to edit the access path or the password, to download an auto-configuration file, etc.

FTP Accounts in Semi-dedicated Hosting

Using our in-house developed Hepsia hosting Control Panel, you will be able to create as many FTP accounts as you want, even separate accounts with access to the same directory – if you would like different individuals to be able to access the same website content with completely different login credentials. Our semi-dedicated hosting don’t include any limit on the maximum number of the FTP accounts that you can have at the same time, so you’ll be able to manage your files and to update your sites without efforts. In case you want to limit the access to your content, you can change the folder that an account can access or you can delete the account with no more than a few clicks of the mouse via the Control Panel. You will be able to see all the accounts and to modify any of them, if necessary. For convenience’s sake, you can also download an auto-config file for different FTP client applications. In addition, we’ve prepared in-depth step-by-step articles and tutorial video clips, which will help you administer your FTP accounts without any hassle.

FTP Accounts in VPS Web Hosting

The virtual private server plans that we’re offering will allow you to create an unlimited number of FTP accounts to manage the content of your Internet sites. This is valid irrespective of which Virtual Private Server package you purchase and which Control Panel you choose during the subscription process – Hepsia, cPanel or DirectAdmin. In any case, you’ll have FTP access to the machine without installing any software, as an FTP server is an essential part of the basic software suite which is included in the Virtual Private Server packages by default. You can create one FTP account for each domain or sub-domain that you have registered or even multiple FTP accounts for one single directory – in case you want a number of people to be able to access the content inside it with their own sign-in details. With any of the Control Panels, setting up, deleting or modifying an FTP account requires no more than a couple of clicks via a simple-to-use interface.