Changing Permissions (chmod) on a File

In some cases, you may need to change file permissions on a file, also known as chmod. This allows my servers to write to the files when necessary. You can use various methods like FTP but for this tutorial, we’ll be using File Manager in cPanel. Change File...

Create a FTP Account

Create an FTP Account   Log into cPanel In the Files section, click FTP Accounts. In the Login field, type the name of the FTP user.  In the Password fields, enter a password that will be used to authenticate this FTP account. Set a quota for the FTP account....

Using the File Manager

Using File Manager File Manager is a web interface that you can use to upload files to your website. You can also edit and manage those files using the file manager. Get started by uploading a file. Login to cPanel. Under Files, click File Manager. Select Web Root and...

Using the Index Manager

You can use the Index Manager to stop users from seeing all your files in a folder (if you don’t have some form of a readable index eg: .html, .php.). Without a readable index file, all your folder files are visible. Use the Index Manager Go to cPanel and click...