Most panels have a File Manager feature that will allow you to upload, download and edit any file on your server. It is very much like a web based FTP client. I know for sure cPanel and Plesk have this tool, so I would assume other will too (since most panels this days try to mimic cPanel and Plesk).
Keep in mind though that if you have to upload/download ...
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If you're looking to find the webroot of your application running its
app-root/runtime/repo. However, I would strongly suggest you make
changes through Git if you're altering code. If your uploading things
like pictures or other data, you'll want to store them in your
$OPENSHIFT_DATA_DIR which is located ...
The only way to edit a site created with Google Sites is through the Google Sites editor. It is not possible to upload an HTML file or even to edit the HTML of the page the editor creates for you. See How do I use HTML in new google site editor? - Sites Community:
The new version of Google Sites does not offer HTML editing and never will as the whole ...
As Stephen Ostermiller says, in this case you want to add "conf" to the line beginning with "text/plain" in:
In other cases though it may not be this simple. When you upload a file, mediawiki executes the PHP function
which takes the result and looks it up in includes/mime.types. If you find ...
We have a site with a login area for customers to download documents that the client uploads for them. Got some 'sensitive' documents though that the client is forbidden from making available for download, but are allowed to display in the login area, provided the file can't be downloaded by the user.
Unfortunately, at least if we are to assume that by "...
If it's not too complicated, you could make a "screenshot" of it and post that on the page. They can save the image, but not the actual text/content.
Another small trick is placing a transparent div over it, disabling the right click for less tech advanced users.
You could also make a getMeTheFile.php and use that to get the files. In that PHP file, check ...
You will find this information in Cpanels raw access logs.
View the FTP logs
If you need to see who has accessed your site with FTP, you can view
this information in the raw access log files for your website.
You can download these log files from the cPanel Raw Access Logs
screen. FTP logs will include ftp_log in the filename.
No. Setting the directory as non-executable only prevents harmful binaries from being executed on the server. It does not prevent harmful scripts from being executed by the webserver.
If I can upload a PHP file, and access it via the web, then the webserver will run it regardless of its executable flag.
Additionally, I could upload something that ...
I realize this thread is a bit old, but for the sake of other Googlers:
Before you complain that you HTML cannot be uploaded, understand there are about 2 main reasons you cannot upload HTML directly
Direct uploading of HTML is forbidden because the DNN CMS strips the tags when viewed in the Article Editor, therefore you lose all formatting if you do ...
I do not agree with the other answers. In some cases this is a low security risk but it could have a hugh impact. It is similar to allow directory browsing.
The attacker gets a list of file names that could be really bad if you think about a page like Facebook where images are pseudo hidden by there name.
If there would be a Thumbs.db in this folder you ...
I definitely do not recommend encoding the uploads and storing them in a relational database, that's just introducing a lot of overhead and complexity for no gain. File systems were designed for files :)
You definitely want to design this to be flexible, because today you might use your own server, tomorrow AWS, and months from now a CDN. Or any combination ...
Usually this means that there is some corrupted data in your browser cache (local database). The easiest fix is to clear your browser cache, including the application cache. You can learn how to do that in this tutorial.
I would probably upload the file under a different filename (ie index.new), then (assuming you get a shell or the ftp supports it) rename the old file to index.x (could version them or just make it .old) and rename the new file to whatever your page is.
The problem you have seems to be that the upload will overwrite the old page (ftp deletes it, then gets ...
I'm building a small magazine website which I plan on using daily, but I'm wondering if I should store my article images and videos as physical files or as BLOB in my MySQL Table.
Physical files. Less taxing on the server.
...I'm told it slows down your site if you use blob data, but I don't know if that's when using all information in a single table, or ...
Josip has given a great explanation. Here's other way you can do it. Locate wp-config.php file in your file manager.
There you can search using (Command + F), for this function:
you can simply change it to 64M.
If a web-based portal for uploading like what Guillermo described to you doesn't work and your computer is portable with wifi, then you may want to leave your dormitory and visit a store with free wifi access and see if they allow FTP access.
When using MySql, I always recommend using https://www.mysql.com/products/workbench/. However, you do need to have some ports opened on your firewall, assuming you have one, and make sure your MySql is properly secured which can be found here: https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/security.html. If you do not have a firewall, then the process becomes that ...
Use the same format for thumbnail. The absolute difference between a resized jpg and a resized png/gif is too little to matter anyway, even thoug the percentual difference may still seem big.
You may need to account for numbers as well, though. How many such png/gif thumbnails are you going to display on a single page at any time? If there are tens or ...
I'd go in reverse order.
Make file submission happen last then use crontab to delete garbage data at frequent intervals.
If the data being submitted is small enough, then use PHP sessions or cookies to store the basic information then when the files are submitted, then store the basic info from the cookies or sessions to the database and then you won't ...
I could not find an extension either, but Wikimedia Commons uses an upload form similar to what you describe. You can see it at Special:Upload if you have an account (see the screenshot below if you don't).
That uses UploadForm.js, which is most likely far too complex for your purpose, although you may wish to adapt it.
A simpler way to do that is to do ...
There are a large number of sms gateway providers who offer this service. Firstly there is no need to have a unique number for each user, you can have a single number that all members send images to and they simply have to register their mobile number with the application first so that any images sent in from their mobile number will automatically be ...
It is hard to provide a definitive answer here due to a shortage of information provided. Perhaps you could provide additional detail in future or a link showing what is happening.
Here are some things you could try:
Try clearing the cache on individual machines
Try clearing cache on the server side
Check that any files that you were expecting to be ...