We provide you with a drag & drop File Manager, featuring a variety of user–friendly applications like a built in image viewer and a range of file editors. You can make instant uploads, archive/unarchive files, adjust permissions and considerably more. The applications are well–organized and easy to navigate with large action keys and right–click context navigation. Check out the different instruments and functions built in the Best Free Website Builder in 2019 File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file upload options
Transfer data files to your web pages with no trouble
The File Manager in your Site Control Panel boasts a fast, drag’n’drop function that will assist you to transfer data files between your PC and your web hosting profile with no need to employ an FTP tool. You could pull files from your PC and drop them in your Site Control Panel with a mouse–click by using a secure SSL connection.
The drag’n’drop characteristic is built into the Site Control Panel, which means you don’t need to mount any third–party software pack to employ it. It will also work on all major Operating Systems, so all you should do to make use of it is sign in to your File Manager.
Right–click context menus
Control your files with only a click of the mouse
Most File Managers specify all of the activities that one can carry out over a file or folder on the top of the page. We think that the latter is not properly arranged. With the File Manager, you can access all of the file control choices when you right–click a file or folder. This method is likewise valid for a group of files/folders.
It is possible to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete every file or folder you choose with only a mouse–click.
Deal with substantial files efficiently
Because of the integrated archive/unarchive option, the File Manager will let you manage enormous files and not have to use FTP. You can easily pack a directory into a small size by simply clicking on the Compress button or access the contents of an archived folder using the Extract button. When compressing a folder as well as a couple of files, you’ll be able to decide on the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) and the name of the archive file.