User description

The web based FTP client enables you to manage your Minecraft server files with ease from the panel. To access your Minecraft server files using the web-based client, go to FTP File Access and log in using your panel password. After authentication, you will be directed directly to your home directory. Navigating Your Server Files Navigating through your server's files is a lot like the way you navigate on your own desktop. The directory structure is located in the middle. You can navigate to, select, and edit our files here. To view the contents of the folder, click on it. To edit a file, we click Edit and to download, click the actual name of the file. There are options to manage the files that you have checked at the top. When you have your selected items selected, you can issue certain actions to them such as: Move Select files to another directory on your server. Select Delete - Permanently remove selected files. Copy Make a copy the selected files Rename - Rename select files Download - Select files can be downloaded to an archive format. Zip - Archive selected files and save them to the server. Unzip - Extract the contents from an archive to the directory that you are currently in. Edit - Edit the respective file with the built-in text editor. Create New Folder and Files You can create new files and folders directly from the panel using the New Dir, New File or Upload option located on the left side menu. New Dir - Create a fresh folder (directory). New File Create new plain text files. Upload - Upload a group of files or an archive. Jack You can only upload single files using the Upload option. You cannot upload entire folders. Uploading a whole folder will require you to first archive it first and then unzip it. Limitations While the web based FTP client is convenient and quick for light server edits and uploads however, it has its limitations. The panel's web page functions as an intermediary between file exchange by allowing you to upload new files and make modifications to existing server files. What this means is that you are limited to how you can upload in a single session. This limitation is set at 50mb and any file commit or upload larger than this size will have to be done using a 3rd Party FTP client such as Filezilla. Third-party clients like Filezilla do not have a limit on file size since they connect directly to your server's files, not the web-based FTP client.