Like a computer file system, a website is built on a hierarchy of directories and subfolders and all sorts of different files contained within. Making sure that each is in the right place, named correctly, and that their contents are precisely what needs to be there is a hard job. To make that easier, every web host out there gives you access to your files via FTP (or by file transfer protocol), and the easiest way to do that is through an FTP client. There is a glut of them on the internet, and we want to break down some of the best options for WordPress users so that you can keep your website’s file systems cleaned up and in working order.
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