File manager problem


#1

Where is the download button in file manager?


#2

Which file manager are you referring to? We have three different ones…


#3

The one in the control panel.


#4

@unknownnn said:
The one in the control panel.

Just click the file name in the list and it will be downloaded.


#5

@Admin said:
Just click the file name in the list and it will be downloaded.

I don’t want to download 1 file. I want to download all the files and folders. It is like a backup.
And one more thing. When clicking the upload button, where has the section of uploading an archive and extracting it has gone?


#6

@unknownnn said:

@Admin said:
Just click the file name in the list and it will be downloaded.

I don’t want to download 1 file. I want to download all the files and folders. It is like a backup.
And one more thing. When clicking the upload button, where has the section of uploading an archive and extracting it has gone?

Please use FTP to download the backups, file managers don’t work well with large archives.


#7

@Admin said:
Please use FTP to download the backups, file managers don’t work well with large archives.
I don’t know how.


#8

hi

https://infinityfree.net/support/how-to-upload-files-with-ftp/


#9

@OxyDac said:
https://infinityfree.net/support/how-to-upload-files-with-ftp/
I want to download not to upload.


#10

i know lol… use same logic !
once you’re connected with ftp client
right click on htdocs folder and download it…
or drag and drop it from |server| -> |local host|


#11