Files

Web Disk

Overview Use the Web Disk interface to manage and manipulate files on your server on multiple types of devices (for example, your computer or mobile device). This interface allows you to easily complete file management tasks that use the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) protocol. Main Web Disk Account By default, the system creates a Web …

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Images

Overview The Images interface allows you to modify and manage images that you saved to your account. This feature includes the following tools: Thumbnailer — Use this tool to create thumbnails from images in a directory and store them in a thumbnails subdirectory. Scaler — Use this tool to resize individual images. Converter — Use this tool to convert one image file …

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HTML Editor

Overview The HTML Editor interface allows you to easily edit your HTML documents from the File Manager interface (cPanel >> Home >> Files >> File Manager). This visual (WYSIWYG) HTML editor includes powerful editing functions of familiar desktop editors (for example, Microsoft® Word). Note: Due to customization, the screenshots in this guide may not match the HTML Editor interface that you …

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Git™ Version Control

Overview The Git™ Version Control feature allows you to easily host Git repositories on your cPanel account. You can use Git to maintain any set of files (for example, a website’s files and assets, a software development project, or simple text files). For more information, read our Guide to Git – How to Set Up Deployment documentation …

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Gitweb

Overview Important: cPanel, L.L.C. does not develop or own Gitweb. For more information, read Git’s Gitweb documentation. Your repository’s contents and organization determine how Gitweb displays many of its reports. Due to these variances, this documentation may not include everything that you see in Gitweb. If you see content that this document does not include, submit a feature request. × …

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FTP Connections

Overview This interface displays information about current connections to your FTP server and it allows you to terminate those connections. Note: This interface is only available if your hosting provider enables FTP services on the server. × Dismiss alert View current FTP sessions The interface includes the following information about connections to your FTP server: To refresh …

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FTP Accounts

Overview You can use this interface to create and manage your website’s File Transfer Protocol (FTP) accounts. FTP allows you to manage your website’s files. Note: You can only access this interface if your hosting provider has enabled FTP services on your server. To determine which FTP server daemon that your server uses, contact your hosting provider. …

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File Manager

Overview cPanel organizes all the files in your account into folders. Use the File Manager interface to manage and edit your files. Note Whenever you access a folder that contains a Git™ repository, we strongly recommend that you do not update any files or directories. Changes could cause serious problems with the repository, regardless of whether you …

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File and Directory Restoration for cPanel

Important: This feature only appears if your hosting provider’s server profile enables it. To use this feature, your system administrator or hosting provider must enable account backups and other configurations in WHM’s Backup Configuration interface (WHM >> Home >> Backup >> Backup Configuration). × Dismiss alert Overview The File and Directory Restoration interface allows you to restore items from local backup sources. …

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Disk Usage

Important: This feature only appears if your hosting provider’s server profile enables it × Dismiss alert Overview This interface displays information about your files, your directories, and how you use your account’s disk space. This helps you to manage your disk space quota use, because it displays files and directories that use large amounts of …

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