There are many ways to upload your files to your Cytanium hosting plan but a preferred method is often FTP. If your not familiar with how to do an FTP upload to the server, this tutorial will walk you through the steps. It’s actually very easy and only takes a couple of minutes to do so let’s get started.
Create An FTP Account
The first thing you need to do is create an FTP account in your Cytanium control panel. Click on the FTP Accounts button.
Then click on Create FTP Account which will open a properties window. Give the account a username and password leaving all of the other settings alone.
Now it’s listed under your FTP Accounts in your Cytanium control panel and you can move on to setting up FileZilla.
Set Up FileZilla (or the FTP service you prefer)
You’ll need to have an FTP service in place like FileZilla to import your files from one server to another. If you haven’t already, download the FileZilla Client that is for your OS.
Now run the software and select the users who will have permission to use FileZilla and agree to the terms to complete the install.
The FileZilla dashboard will open displaying all of the files and folders located on your hard drive. Now you’ll need to connect to the server you want to upload your files to by entering the required information at the top of the screen. If you’re using a Cytanium account, enter vserver01.cytanium.com as the host and then enter the username and password you setup for your FTP account in the Cytanium control panel.
You should now see the FTP account your created listed on the right along with all of the files associated with it below.
To move any files to that account, simply double click on the file and it will automatically be uploaded to that FTP account.
Now you can see the files in your Cytanium control panel match the ones you uploaded by looking in the File Manager.