How to upload your files


With File Manager

  1. Compress your website files into an archive with any archive utility (eg: 7-Zip) <br>
  2. Login to your cPanel and navigate to File Manager.
<img src="" alt="dashboard_file_manager" style="width:90%;"/> <br> 3. Once you’re in the public_html directory, select the Upload Files icon from the upper-right menu. <img src="" alt="file_manager_upload" style="width:90%;"/> <br> 4. Select the website archive file on your computer and Upload it to our server. When the upload is complete, click on the link where the arrow is pointing to go back to the **public_html** directory <br> <img src="" alt="upload_page" style="width:90%;"/> <br> 5. Right-click on the uploaded file and Extract the archived files to the **public_html** directory. <br> <img src="" alt="file_manager_extract" style="width:90%;"/> <br> 6. In a case where the extraction goes into another directory as shown below, you need to move the files around to reflect your desired results. <br> <img src="" alt="file_manager_extract_finished" style="width:90%;"/> <br> <br> ####Move files **Select All** files, Click **Move** and confirm the destination directory <br> <img src="" alt="file_manager_move_files" style="width:90%;"/> <br> ####Cleanup You may want to remove the archive file and the redundant directory that was created during the extraction process. (ie. **website** and **website files** in our case) <br> <img src="" alt="file_manager_final" style="width:90%;"/> <br> <br><br><br><br><br> ### With FTP #### Using WinSCP [**Get WinSCP Here**]( "Get WinSCP") <br> 1. Connect your account to WinSCP. <br> <img src="" alt="winscp_credentials" style="width:90%;"/> <br>
  1. Navigate to the preferred destination on the Remote Site panel (eg: public_html) <br>

  2. Navigate to the your website directory on the Local Site panel. Select the files, and right-click to Upload them to the Remote directory <br> <img src="" alt="winscp_upload" style="width:90%;"/>

<br><br> Your files would be uploaded as shown below: <br> <img src="" alt="winscp_upload_final" style="width:90%;"/>

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