VPS, which stands for virtual private server, is a server option between shared server and dedicated server. In an earlier article, we discussed how you can setup a domain on VPS server with Bluehost. After you have configured the domain on server, you need to publish your site files to the server. In this guide, we will walk you through the easy steps to upload website files from computer to your VPS server with Bluehost using FTP and the web file manager. Log on your VPS hosting account, click cPanel from the sub-menu bar at the top section. Then scroll down to the Files section in the cPanel home screen. Here you can find different tools to manage your website files, such as the file backup tool, file manager, web disk, ftp manager, etc. See below screenshot. Click File Manager to open the built-in web file manager online.
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Upload files to VPS server using a FTP client
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A2 Hosting recommends FileZilla, a free program that you can download here. In the following procedures, we show how to use FileZilla to connect to your account and transfer files. You do not have to use FileZilla. If you want to use a different FTP client, however, you will need the following information to connect to your account:. In the Host text box, type your site's domain name. Alternatively, you can type the server hostname instead. Otherwise, leave the Port text box blank. In the User text box, type the account username you want to use:.
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