FTP, or File Transfer Protocol, is a method of moving files from one computer to another. In the case of your domain, it can be used to move files from your home computer to your domain, using a freely downloadable program, such as CuteFTP (Windows) or Fetch (Mac). As a control panel owner, your control panel username and password serve as your FTP username and password, but to allow others access to your domain via FTP, you must first add them as users with the FTP User Manager.
The FTP User Manager allows you to create and manage FTP users on your domain. You assign each FTP user a unique login and, optionally, limit her access to a specific subdirectory of your site; in this case, the user can only establish an FTP connection to the subdirectory you have specified. You might, for example, add the user janedoewww.example.com/janedoequota
Providing FTP access to other users allows you to distribute the administrative work (required to maintain your domain). You can assign users to specific subdirectories so that they may only update certain portions of your website; for example, you could assign a user to maintain the About Us portion of an online store, located at example.com/aboutus. You might also allow a user to create her own websites with a subdirectory of yours (e.g., example.com.com/username). For example, you could assign a user to maintain the About Us portion of an online store, located at example.com/aboutus.
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