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Configuring your web site in CuteFTP

To begin, we will assume that you have the FTP program CuteFTP already installed and running on your computer, but not connected to another server. This tutorial will teach you how to configure your web site in CuteFTP. Open the CuteFTP program on your desktop. You will see two windows - the one...

Configuring your web site in FileZilla

This tutorial will teach you how to configure a web site in the FTP program, FileZilla. You should have FileZilla running on your computer, but not connected to a remote server. Start by opening the program. In the menu bar, select File. In the drop-down menu, select Site Manager. This will open...

Configuring your web site in FlashFXP

FlashFXP is a FTP program, and this tutorial is going to teach you how to configure your web site in this program. We will assume that you already have the program FlashFXP on your computer. It should be running, but not connected at this time to any remote servers. The main screen is two large...

Configuring your web site in FTP Voyager

This tutorial will teach you how to configure your web site in FTP Voyager. To begin, we will assume that you have the program FTP Voyager already installed and running on your computer, but not connected to another server. Open the FTP Voyager program on your desktop. You will see two windows -...

Configuring your web site in LeapFTP

This tutorial is going to teach you how to configure your web site in the program LeapFTP. This is the first step to using LeapFTP to upload and download files/folders and then manage those files/folders. We will assume that you have LeapFTP running on your computer, but you are not currently...

Configuring your web site in SmartFTP

SmartFTP is a desktop program that allows you to make a connection between a local host (your computer) and a remote server (your web site). This tutorial will teach you how to configure your web site in SmartFTP. For the purposes of this tutorial, you should have the SmartFTP program running,...

Configuring your web site in WinSCP

Configuring your web site in WinSCP is the first step to using this FTP program to upload and manage your files and folders on the remote server. This tutorial will assume that you have WinSCP already on your computer and have it running, but not connected to another server. When opened, you...

Configuring your web site in WS_FTP

You should have the program WS_FTP running on your computer, but you should not be connected to a remote server. This tutorial will teach you how to configure your web site in the program WS_FTP. The main screen of WS_FTP has two large windows. The one on the left is your local host, or your...

Setting your preferences in FlashFXP

FlashFXP is a FTP program, and this tutorial is going to teach you how to set your preferences in this program. You should have already configured your web site in this program, and if you have not, and need some assistance, please see the tutorial "Configuring your web site in FlashFXP"....

Uploading and managing your files and folders using CuteFTP

The purpose of this tutorial is to teach you how to upload files and folders using the program CuteFTP. We will also teach you how to manage those files and folders once they are uploaded. To begin, we will assume that you have the FTP program CuteFTP already installed and running on your...

Uploading and managing your files and folders using FileZilla

This tutorial will teach you how to upload files using the FTP program FileZilla, and then how to manage those files and folders. You should have already configured your web site in FileZilla, if you are having problems doing this, please view the tutorial "Configuring your web site in...

Uploading and managing your files and folders using FlashFXP

This tutorial will teach you how to upload (or transfer) files and folders to your web site using the program FlashFXP. We will assume that you have the program loaded on your computer, and configured to connect with your web site. If you don't have it configured yet, please see the tutorial...

Uploading and managing your files and folders using FTP Voyager

With this tutorial, you are going to learn how to upload and download files and folder using FTP Voyager, and then you will learn how to manage those files using the FTP program. We will assume that you already have FTP Voyager on your computer, and it is running, but not yet connected to a...

Uploading and managing your files and folders using LeapFTP

With this tutorial, you are going to learn how to upload and download files and folder using LeapFTP, and then you will learn how to manage those files using the FTP program. We will assume that you already have LeapFTP on your computer, and it is running, but not yet connected to a remote...

Uploading and managing your files and folders using SmartFTP

This tutorial is presented to teach you to upload and then manage your files and folders to your web site using the desktop program, SmartFTP. We will assume that you already have SmartFTP on your computer, and that you have it running, but not connected yet to any remote server. If you don't...

Uploading and managing your files and folders using WinSCP

The purpose of this tutorial is to teach you how to upload and download files, and manage those files and folders using the FTP program WinSCP. We will assume that you have WinSCP running on your computer, and are connected to a remote server at this time. The main screen consists of two windows....

Uploading and managing your files and folders using WS_FTP

This tutorial is going to teach you how to upload your files and folders using the program WS_FTP in the first part. The second part of the tutorial will address how to manage those files once you have them uploaded. For our purposes, you should have your web site configured in WS_FTP. If you do...

Using File Manager

This tutorial will teach you how to use the File Manager feature in cPanel. File Manager will allow you to perform any FTP or Management functions as required without any special software. This tutorial will assume that you are logged into your cPanel. If you are having trouble doing that, please...