To edit a file using the HTML Editor:
How do I use the cPanel File Manager? (Tips for using The cPanel File Manager)
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To access file manager, login to your control panel and once inside click "File Manager" A new window should load showing what you would see as if you were using a ftp client. There's going to a bunch of folders and some other files related to your account functioning correctly. Do not delete any of these files/folders ever.
Navigate in File Manager:
Uploading a File:
To begin uploading you will always first go inside the "public_html" folder. To
do so click the folder icon (not the wording). Once clicked you will be in the
main folder of your site where you can upload your content, create more folders,
and delete what you please. To upload, click "upload files" You will then click
the browse button until you find the file on you computer that you wish to
upload. When you are done uploading you can click the "back" at the bottom of
the screen to take you back to your main folders.
Editing a File: To edit a file just click the text wording of its' name. The right hand side will allow you to show file, delete file, edit file, change permissions, rename file, copy file, and move file.
Deleting a file or folder:
CPanel includes a Trash folder, which operates the same way as the Windows Recycle Bin. All deleted files are automatically placed in the Trash folder and can be restored to their original positions by a simple click. However, once you empty the Trash folder, the files are permanently deleted. Refer to Emptying the Trash for more information.
To delete a file or folder:
HTML Editor: Cpanel has a handy HTML Editor hidden inside, and it's FREE with all of our Hosting Plans! cPanel's HTML Editor is a powerful WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editor that offers easy web page editing tools, and saves your file to the web with 1 click.
You can edit online HTML pages directly through the File Manager.
Creating a new folder: Folders are a very useful way of adding organization and structure to your web site. They make maintenance of the site much easier, as you can easily see what files are in which folder. Most web sites include at least an /image folder to keep all the image files separate from the HTML files.
To create a new folder:
Creating a new file:
For small text files it can be easier to create them online, rather than on your home computer and uploading the file. You can create text files, such as HTML, PHP, or plain TXT, but not binary files.
To create a new file: