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Knowledgebase : File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
FTP is how most people transfer files to and from their website so they they can viewed on the internet. Generally it involves a piece of software called an FTP client that you install on your local computer. e.g. Filezilla [https://filezilla-project.org/...
This document is designed to show you how to add or edit FTP accounts to access your website. We recommend that you give out individual FTP accounts for each person who needs access. The best practice is to give only the necessary permissions. You may add...
It is possible to login to to FTP automatically. You can pass the username and password for FTP in a URL and make a shortcut on your desktop: e.g "ftp://username:password@ftp.your_domain.com" TO CREATE A SHORTCUT ON YOUR DESKTOP: * Right-Click >> N...
Every EPhost has the same initial file structure. This document explains each directory in detail and offers recommendations for placing files into certain locations for security reasons. For the purpose of this document, the only web accessible directory...
In order to use FTP to upload/download files your website you will need an FTP client. This is usually software that you install on your computer. e.g. CuteFTP [https://www.cuteftp.com], FileZilla [https://filezilla-project.org], or WSFTP [https://www.ips...
Each website created at EPhost will have a unique FTP account created automatically. Unless you have made modifications to the FTP account or made changes your control panel password, you can use the information below. Of course, you will need an FTP clie...
If you are having trouble uploading or downloading from your website you probably don't have the proper permissions to be able to do so. While other factors may contribute, usually this is the case. If You need further assistance you may open a support ...
When your web hosting account is created, an FTP account is created for you automatically. The initial password for the FTP account is the same as your Control Panel password. If you opted to change your control panel password- this does not automatically...
You can use Microsoft Internet Explorer as your FTP client to upload/download your website files. Often this procedure will work with other browsers as well. Keep in mind that IE 6 USERS: * Open a browser window * In the Address Bar type: "ftp://ft...
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