Knowledgebase: easyWEB
How To Log Into Your EasyWEB Via FTP
Posted by ZoneEdit Support on 20 March 2017 04:19 PM

Using an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) client allows uses to connect to their easyWEB/cPanel accounts through a third party software. This is usually due to preference as many users find it easier to design their sites this way instead of having to manually log in.

Please note that ZoneEdit does not officially endorse a specific FTP client, but there are many that are available. Users have a choice in which client they'd like to use, but they all essentially work the same. We will be demonstrating with FileZilla.

To connect to your easyWEB/cPanel account with an FTP client, please do the following:

1. Open your FTP client.
2. Enter your FTP login credentials.

HOST: This is the easyWEB IP address your domain is currently being hosted under
USERNAME: This is your easyWEB username you created when you first signed up for the service 
PASSWORD: This is your easyWEB password you created when you first signed up for the service 
PORT: 21 for normal connection or 22 for secure connection

3. Click on QUICKCONNECT

how to connect to your easyWeb  via FTP client

If the the connection was successful, you should be able to see your websites folder directory on the right hand side of the client:

how to connect to your easyWeb  via FTP client

At this point you've managed to successfully FTP into your easyWEB/cPanel account and can begin designing your website. 

 

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