Accessing the Installed Application Directory
| Reference Number: AA-00643 Created: 2012-09-20 17:08 Last Updated: 2012-10-05 06:30
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For this article, we will be using a wordpress as an example.
- In the Oncloud control panel, click on Applications
- Click on the name of the Application (Wordpress, Joomla, etc)
Application Vault list
Note here, you will see the following, jot down the ID number of the wordpress blog you're trying to modify:
Application ID Number
Modify Using onCloud File Manager
- Navigate to your hosting space File Manager tool
- Click "Websites"
- Select your domain name
- Click on "File Manager"
- Click "Open File Manager" (click 'Activate' if you have yet to use this feature)
- In the "Go To:" field, enter "../siteapps/**Application ID
Number**" where **Application ID Number** is the one you jotted down
- Click ">" button and you'll be within the hidden
Application directory of your installed web application. From there you
can navigate throughout the application files and modify them as you see
File Manager Sample Path
Modify using FTP
- Log into the server using FTP - In this example we have used Filezilla.
- Select the folder "siteapps" in the file structure tree.
- In the area for the file path, which will say
"/webspaces/siteapps" enter the ID number where it says "ID NUMBER" in
the image, and then hit enter
FileZilla Sample Path
Here will display the applications installed files for a particular
application. Here you can delete or set permissions for a particular