cPanel offers lots of useful features for working with files on your web site. Read these articles to learn more.
Learn how to use the web-based cPanel File Manager to easily manage your web site's files. This collection of articles covers how to get started, using editors, uploading/downloading files, and configuring file permissions.
This article covers how to add FTP accounts, modify passwords for FTP accounts, and delete FTP accounts for your website in cPanel.
Learn how to download backups and restore them to your web site by using cPanel. This article covers how to create, download, and restore both partial and full backups.
You can use the Server Rewind feature to restore your files and databases with just a few clicks. This article explains the Server Rewind feature, and how to use it in cPanel.
You can use cPanel to view your account's disk usage, including how much disk space directories and databases are occupying.
Learn how to use the Web Disk feature to manage your web site's files as if they are stored on your local computer. This collection of articles covers how to configure Web Disk accounts, and how to access Web Disks on a variety of operating systems.
Learn how to use the Server Rewind feature to restore your e-mail messages with just a few clicks.
Learn how to use the Git Version Control tool in cPanel to easily install and update a site from a Git repository. This article covers how to clone both public and private repositories.
Learn how to start over and reset your account's site content to a default state by using cPanel. This article covers how to remove applications, delete MySQL and PostgreSQL databases, delete domains, and remove files, directories, and cron jobs.
Learn how to exclude specific files and directories from cPanel backups. By doing this, you can help prevent backups from becoming unnecessarily large and filling up disk space.
This article demonstrates how to use JetBackup to quickly and easily restore files, email accounts, and MySQL databases.