How To Upload Website Files To Your Hosting
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Upload website files to web hosting service

(you will need to upload your website files to a web hosting service.

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Here we explain where and how to upload your files.

How do I upload my website files to my hosting?

In order to upload your website files you can use any of the following options:

1) FTP clients

You can use an ftp tool like FileZilla which is one of the easiest and most popular ones.

There are other options such as:

2) File Manager tool within the control panel (cPanel, Plesk etc).

Most control panels like cPanel and Plesk offer tools like File Manager which allows you to manage your hosting files and folders from the control panel.

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Here are the instructions on how to upload website files and folders using your cPanel control panel.

There is a term that is technical you have to be knowledgeable about, Document Root. that is the folder and/or location within the host in which your internet site files must be uploaded.

By standard on cPanel servers, the document cause of an internet site is /home/username/public_html in which ‘username’ could be the login user name that is cPanel. Keep in mind, this is for the domain that is main of account.

You may have websites that are multiple one hosting by creating subdomains and addon domains.

When you upload files to a subdomain or addon domain, you need to upload the files to their respective document roots.

You can find the document root of subdomain and domain that is addon going to

cPanel >> Domains >> Subdomains or cPanel >> Domains >> Addon Domains correspondingly.

In the subdomain and Addon domain web page, you can observe record of domain names and document cause of it will likely be specified for eac of these.

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