Welcome to Rat Hosting!
Thank you for purchasing web site hosting space from Rat Hosting (rathosting.com).
We hope you enjoy using our range of services and being a customer of Rat Hosting.
If you ever experience any difficulties don't hesistate to contact our 24/7 support team.
Why am I seeing this page?
The web site owner has recently purchased web hosting from Rat Hosting (rathosting.com).
You are seeing this default page because the web site owner has not uploaded any files yet.
Okay, so what happens next?
If you are not the owner of this web site then, on behalf of the web site owner, we thank you for your patience.
If you are the owner of this web site please follow the instructions on how to proceed with uploading your files.
Uploading your files via FTP:
First of all, start by downloading an FTP client. We recommend FileZilla for Mac OS X, Linux, or Windows (it's free!)
Once installed, open FileZilla and you'll be presented with a login screen. Please enter your domain in the "Host" field.
Please refer to the welcome email we sent you when you purchased web site hosting, for your username and password.
Once you've logged in you will see two columns. In the right column you will see a list of folders. Navigate to "public_html".
Click on "public_html" to open the folder. In the left column you will see a list of the folders stored on your PC's hard drive.
In the left column, navigate to the directory containing the files you wish to upload. Right click on them, then click "upload".
If you are prompted to overwite a file named "index.html" then please click on "Yes" to overwrite this default web site page.
Uploading your files via cPanel:
First of all, login to cPanel using the details we sent you in the welcome email. Then navigate to "cPanel File Manager".
Click to open the "cPanel File Manager", navigate to the "public_html" folder, and click to open the "public_html" folder.
You will see a wide range of user-friendly options in the toolbar. From there you will be able to upload or edit your files.
Don't forget to rename, overwrite, or delete the default page ("index.html") and replace it with your own "index.html" file.