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There are many ways to edit a file and we are only going to list a few of them. The process involves first obtaining the file, and then using your chosen program to edit the file. We will discuss editing a file using Cpanel File Manager's Editor and Code Editor. The following tutorial will walk you through the steps to complete this simple process. If you do not have access to the Cpanel File Manager, you can also use third party solutions such as Notepad ++ to edit the file. For further information go to Editing Files with Notepad++.
In order to edit a file, you first need to have access to that file. You can either directly open a file through the Cpanel File Manager, or you can upload the file to the server so that the editor applications can reach the file. Since the Cpanel File Manager and its editors reside on the server, the file to be edited must be on the server in order for the editor application to make its changes. If the file is not on the server then you will need to upload it to the server using the Cpanel File Manager.
Editing a file using the editors available within the Cpanel is a quick and easy task. Using the EDIT option actually loads large files quicker than the CODE EDITOR which has to parse the file and then place it in a specific format. However, select the solution that best works for you as per your needs to modify or build your website.
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