Website files
  1. Web files control panel
  2. Web files FTP
  3. Web files CMS
  4. Web files SSH
  5. Web files summary

Website files summary

When working with a website's files you can perform several operations such as uploading, downloading, deleting, renaming files, and more.

The files of a website are stored on a computer called a web server. Web servers transfer data to web browsers through the HTTP protocol so that users can see it.

There are various methods that exist for working with your websites files, some more technical than others. Whichever method(s) you choose is ultimately up to you.

The tutorials in this section included information on various methods by which you can work on a website's files including the control panel, FTP, SSH, and CMS.

Website files quiz

Take our Website files quiz to test your knowledge of working with website files.

What's next?

Now that you know how to work with a website's files by managing them (editing, renaming, deleting, etc.), you should learn about other aspects regarding working with a website's files such as debugging and choosing a good code editor to edit your files with. Check out our Debugging tutorials and Code editors sections for this information.

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