One of the most convenient ways to update your website content is to
upload it through FTP. FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a standard
network protocol that allows transferring files between two hosts (for
example, your computer and a Plesk server). Plesk acts as an FTP server,
while users should use some FTP client to access the directories on the
server. Plesk provides all main FTP features:
Authorized access to the server. Learn more in the section
Changing FTP Access Credentials.
Multiple user accounts for collaborative work. Learn more in the
section Adding FTP Accounts.
Anonymous FTP access: The access without authorization that may be
used, for example, to share software updates. Learn more in the
section Setting Up Anonymous FTP Access.
Note: Information is transferred over FTP unencrypted. We encourage you to
use the secure FTPS protocol (also known as FTP-SSL/TLS). FTPS is
supported by most modern FTP clients. Refer to your FTP client
documentation for instructions on how to enable FTPS.