editing via web interface amenable only files stored on the host in a text format.For example, it may be scripts (but only if their use web hosting support), HTML-pages, etc.Go to the home page hosting, type in the field to enter your username and password, and then select the pop-up list you are interested in the file.Click on the button or click on the link, which is designed to edit (the name depends on the host).Next, you will see an interactive text editor.Enter the text that is stored in the file changes.Then click on the button labeled "Save" or similar (also depends on the host).
To the web interface to download the file from the local machine, find the page that appears after you enter the login and password, the words "Download" or s
imilar.A form will appear to select the local folders.Find the one that stores the file to upload, and then the file itself.Click on the button called "Open."If the automatic download of hosting is not supported, then click "Upload."Many services support the downloading of multiple files.To do this, they first need to back up, and then upload the file to the site, using the form that is designed specifically for this.The method to download files using a form similar to the method of using a simple form to upload files.If later you find that any of the files already exist on the server, click on the label "Overwrite" or similar.
To upload files by FTP, you will need a FTP-client.It is convenient to use the file manager to hold a function, for example, Midnight Commander or Far.Learn FTP-server address in a support service hosting.Choose the mode of transport to the server.Enter the username and password that you use to access the web interface.You should see a list of available files on the server.Edit, move, delete them, etc.To quit working with FTP-server, switch the panel display mode to display the contents of one of the local disks.