Recently I had a web developer install Joomla for what I need to accomplish with my site. I opened up a Bluevoda account and originally was using the Bluevoda program to start up the site, and accessing the FTP was a simple click of the mouse.
Now that I use Joomla for building the site, I no longer can access my FTP. When logging into the BV control panel, I click the FTP status link and see that my developer has a number of accounts he set up, and four choices to manage each one is available, one is to change a password. Do I still need all the accounts, or should they be erased since I use Joomla?
Now a password is needed when all that was required to access FTP under BV was a click on the FTP button on the BV web software.
Joomla advised me to download Filezilla. Is this the way to go since I no longer use BV program for web building? They're just my web host.