is a popular FTP client for Windows that we support. If you do not have the latest version of WS_FTP, it can be found here. A popular free FTP program is Filezilla which can be found here.
Note: The following
instructions are for WS_FTP Limited Edition only. Users of WS_FTP Pro (or any
other FTP client) should refer to their FTP software's documentation to learn
how to upload Web Pages. If you are behind a firewall, you may need to check with
your network administrator for instructions on how to connect.
upload your Web pages and images using the WS_FTP program for Windows, follow
the WS_FTP software program.
set up a session profile, click the New button.
the General information for your connection.
You may use any name for
in the Host Name/Address box.
The Host Type should be set to
enter site administratorname#fulldomain name.
Under Password, enter your password.
If you are unsure what your UserID or Password are, call
us at 914-941-3616 or refer to the Welcome Letter you received from us.
In most cases, you can leave the other entries alone. Be sure to click Apply
when you are finished.
Changing the Session Properties
the OK button to establish an FTP session with your site.
to a Remote System
the right-hand window, double-click on home, then httpd and finally
the html directory.
the left-hand window, select the folder and the name of the file you wish to upload,
and click the right-arrow button in the middle column of the FTP window. WS_FTP
will begin to upload your file. If you do not see your new file in the right-hand
window after uploading, click the Refresh button.
navigating to the desired folders on your computer (left window) and on our server
(right pane), you can use the Startup tab tospecify the home,httpd
and html directories that WS_FTP will start in each time to open it.
sending files, it's important to make sure you've selected the correct transfer
mode for your file. The mode can be selected from the three radio buttons on the
|If You Are uploading ||Choose
|GIFs and JPEGs ||Binary
|Perl and C code (text
files) ||ASCII |
|QuickTime Movies ||Binary