With the Gill Hosting Hosting Control Panel, you’ll have access to our feature–rich File Manager. It will help you to quickly take care of all of your web pages without having to make use of an FTP tool. You can add files through a safe connection by dragging them into the browser. Also, you can instantly archive and unarchive data files and directories, set up password–protected areas, change file permissions and so much more. Take a look at the characteristics contained in our File Manager.
Drag–and–drop file uploads
Publish files without difficulty
Transferring data files between your desktop computer and any of your sites is now quick and simple, thanks to the drag & drop option provided by the File Manager. You could drag files from your desktop computer or notebook and drop them in the Hosting Control Panel via secure SSL connection. That’s all. It requires seconds to add a file and a bit longer for any bigger files and folders.
It is not necessary to deploy any third party computer software or web browser addons. The drag–and–drop function built into the File Manager works just as well on all main operating systems.
Right–click context menus
Control all files with a mouse–click
The vast majority of File Managers specify all of the activities which you can execute with a file or directory at the top of the page. We feel the latter isn’t properly arranged. Thanks to the File Manager, you have access to all file managing options when you right–click a file or directory. This method is also applicable for a lot of files/folders.
You’ll be able to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete any file or folder you decide on with simply a click of the mouse.
Deal with huge files efficiently
Thanks to the inbuilt archive/unarchive option, the File Manager really helps to work with enormous files and never have to use FTP. You’ll be able to shrink a directory to a small size by clicking on the Compress button or access the contents of an archived directory through the Extract button. When compressing a directory as well as a selection of files, it is possible to choose the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) and the name of one’s archive file.