XQTO File Manager
XQTO File Manager
- PHP open source web based file manager
Quick Easy Installation - No Frills - Ready to Go
XQTO File Manager 2.2
XQTO File Manager 2.2 Screen Shot
1. Unzip the script files and put them all in a web directory.
2. You may want to change the configuration variables in the top of the
program, at the very least you will need to set the username and password.
WHAT IT DOES
- Upload and delete files from the directory (folder) the program
is in and any sub directories
- It can authenticate the user (optional)
- It allows you to edit a file (optional)
- Specify which file extensions can be edited
- Add and remove directories (optional)
- Specify the max hard drive space allowed
- Specify the max file size allowed
- You can designate file names as being hidden and they will
then not show up in the file manager e.g. .htaccess
If you want authentication you must set the $user and $pass configuration variables in the program. If you don't want authentication
set $loginrequired = false.
MAX FILE SIZE
The program sets a limit for the maximum allowed file size. The
default is 5MB. You can change this by setting the $maxfilesize configuration variable in the program.
MAX HDD SPACE
The program sets a limit for the maximum total size of all files
in the directory. The default is 100MB. You can change this by setting
the $hddspace configuration variable in the program.
The program allows for hidden files. You can designate a file as
a hidden file by adding the file name to the $hiddenfiles array
in the program. e.g. $hiddenfiles = array("file1.ext","file2.jpg","file3.jpg");
The program by default allows you to edit files with the extensions
.htm .html .txt If you want to edit files with other extensions
you need to change the $editextensions configuration variable in
the top of the program. Just add or remove extensions from the $editextensions array. You can also turn file editing off altogether by setting
$editon = false
ADD AND REMOVE DIRECTORIES (FOLDERS)
The program allows you to add and delete directories. This functionality
can be turned off by setting $makediron = false in the configuration
variables at the top of the program
There is a column for download time. This is to give people downloading files an idea of how long it will take to download. It can be adjusted to suit different types of Internet connections by changing the
$downloadrate configuration option.
The $timezone option allows you to specify a time zone which will be used for the last modified date. It needs to be in the correct time zone format e.g. $timezone = 'Europe/Amsterdam'. If it is left empty the time zone of the web server will be used.
HELP and BUGS
If you find any bugs or you need some help please post your query in the forum
The HTML page is at the very bottom of the program file you should
be able to easily customize this for your web site by either hand
coding the HTML or using an editor such as Dreamweaver.
The HTML that makes up the file manager itself is in the program
code and you may require some knowledge of PHP to alter this although
you should be able to change the CSS style sheet with only HTML knowledge.
The look of the file manager has been designed to be very neutral
so that it can easily slot into an existing web site without clashing
with the existing colors.
This program is distributed under a GNU General Public License (GPL).
Please read the GNU License file for more information about how
you can distribute the program.