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Yes, you can restrict the simultaneous connections of you FTP. In order to do so, follow these steps: 1. Open you FileZilla 2. Navigate to Edit -> Settings -> Transfer 3. On the field “Maximum simultaneous transfers” set value to “1” 4. Click “OK” to save the new settings. We advise you to set these [...]
Usually the migration process is not difficult. In most cases you should follow the step below: 1. Transfer your files to the new hosting account. 2. Transfer your database (if your web site uses such) 3. Reconfiguration of your application to work with your new hosting environment. 4. Pointing your domain with the name servers. [...]
You may edit your website by downloading the desired file you want to edit on your personal computer. Once the file is downloaded you may use your favorite opensource or commercial software to do so. You can use dreamweaver, it provides you with a lot of tools, syntacs coloring, internal FTP client and database manager. [...]
The backups created by our “Personal Backup Solution” script are stored in /home/user/backups dierctory. There are stored backups of your files and databases for the last 5 days. Once a new backup is generated, the oldest one shall be removed. In order to restore your web site, first you should visit your cPanel -> File [...]
Unfortunately, we do not provide any FTP statistics under your cPanel for your account.
Unfortunately we do not support File Exchange Protocol (FXP) due to the compatibility reasons. However we advise you to consider for FTP upload/download of your files. In order to access your account via FTP you may review the following tutorial: http://www.tmdhosting.com/kb/ftp/setting-up-ftp-and-managing-them/how-to-use-ftp-client/
Unfortunately , there is no option to change the FTP time out on the shared servers, this option is available only on our VPS and Dedicated servers. Currently the FTP time out on our Shared servers is set for best server performance.
No, we do not set such limits. However on our shared servers, there is a limit of 500 files per folder to be listed. In other words if you have more than 500 files under some directory, you will not be able to view them all via your FTP client. In this case we advise [...]
Yes, you can. The only condition to use SFTP is to have enabled SSH access to your account. In order to get SSH access to your account you may post new ticket via your Client area -> Support -> My tickets -> Submit ticket. Our support team will provide you with the necessary information on [...]
The cPanel does not support creating of symbolic links, Thus if you need to create a symbolic link you have two option: a) You should have an SSH access to create symlink with the following command: ln -s [PATH_TO_SCRIPT/BINARY_FILE] [SHORTCUT_NAME] b) You may post new support ticket via your Client area -> Support -> My [...]
Unfortunately, you can not hide your .htaccess file . This is caused by the FTP technology which does not recognize the .htaccess file as a system file.
Unfortunately, due to the security reasons, the anonymous FTP access is disabled on our shared server. But, you may create separate FTP account with the restricted access to one or more folders, whit or without disk quota. In order to create a separate FTP account you may review the following tutorial.
In most cases your FTP client can not list all you files because the FTP limit for listing files on our shared server is set up to 500 files (note that this limit affects only the listing of your files but there is no limit on how much files you can upload.). However, you may [...]
If you have your files to be accessible via web, you should upload it in your public_html or www folder (www is a symlink to your public_html folder) , we advise you to avoid using spaces, capital letters or special character in file names. This will cause a URL encode of their names and also [...]