Organize files in your online folder(s).  
  Go to root: Takes you to one of your folders.

Current Directory: The folder you are currently in.

Action: Shows the result of your commands.

File space: The server space currently available to you. Contact Admin should this not be enough.

Used: The amount of disk space already used.

{root}: A drop down list showing all your folders.

Jump Dir: Select a directory (in the drop down list) and click to go there.

NOTE: Some of the following functions may not be available. It depends on the Administration setup.
Be sure to select a file or directory, by clicking the checkbox next to the file/directory name, before you click on a button.
The number in parentheses (brackets) allows you to use buttons via your keyboard: Alt + the number key.

Copy to..: Select a directory (in the drop down list), select a file by clicking the checkbox next to the file, click 'copy to..'. You can copy several files and folders at one time.

Move to..: Same as 'copy to..' except ... yes you guessed, it moves the files or folders.

Edit file: Select the file (only one) you wish to change. Click 'Edit File' - or alt+4.

Delete: You can select several files and folders. Be careful.

Download: You can select several files (not folders) if JavaScript supported and enabled by your browser.

Compress: Select files and/or folders. Click 'Compress'.

Uncompress: Select the .zip file. Click 'Uncompress'.

Check all: Selects checkbox for all files and folders.

Uncheck all: deSelects checkbox for all files and folders.

Refresh list: Some changes you make may not show immediately. Click this to reload the list from the server.

NOTE: For the following functions first enter a name in the text field beside the buttons.

New Dir: Type the new directory name and click 'New Dir'.

New File: Type the new file name (don't forget the 3 letter ending - eg. ****.htm for a web page; ****.txt for text file).

Rename: Select the file or folder (only one) you wish to change.

NOTE: For chmod, first enter a numeric value.

Chmod: Changes the permissions for files and folders (only on Unix like systems).

Setting permissions by numeric values:

400  -  read by owner
040  -  read by group
004  -  read by anybody
200  -  write by owner
020  -  write by group
002  -  write by anybody
100  -  execute by owner
010  -  execute by group
001  -  execute by anybody

The above numeric Permissions can be added to set a certain permission, eg:
chmod 644 file.txt would be calculated by

400+040+004+200+000+000+000+000 = 644

This gives full editing rights, read only for other and no execution rights for anybody, which is fine as a text file is not so important.

A directory must be executable to enable changes within that directory. Set permission to 755. The right to execute is also necessary for script files like efileman.cgi.