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How To Configure an FTP Client ( FileZilla) ?
There are many types of FTP clients – some are free, some are paid, some are user friendly, some are not. Clients like FileZilla or Cute FTP are one of the most commonly used for manipulating, adding and removing files via FTP connection between the local and the remote machines.  In order to get started, you need to do some configuring. Let's take FileZilla for example. First, go... read more
How to Transfer Files via FTP (FileZilla) ?
After the connection to the server is settled, you are ready to upload your site!  We will again use FileZilla for example. To get started with FileZilla,click on the FileZilla icon. As you have probably noticed, the client is divided into several windows. On your left side, under the message window, there are the files and folders currently located on your local machine, while on the right... read more
How to create an FTP account in cPanel
An FTP account is automatically created when you sign up for your hosting account, as well as when you create a subdomain or an addon domain.  There is an option to create new FTP accounts in your cPanel manually to give other people access to certain directories. To create a new account: Log into your cPanel On the Files section select FTP accounts You will then see the page wher... read more
What is the Difference Between FTP, FTPS and SFTP?
Today, mostly used protocols for file transfers are FTP, FTPS and SFTP. It is of great importance to understand what your options are and what advantages each one has. It's too easy to get confused so let's point some key differences between them. FTP ( File Transfer Protocol) : File transfer Protocol is well known and commonly used for about 40 years now. The FTP typically  ru... read more
What is FTP?
FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol and is used for transferring files from an ftp client such as FileZilla, CuteFTP and so on, to a remote server, on a computer network. FTP uses the Transmission Control Protocol to establish the communication. Be Smarter! Ready to use what you've learned? Awesome. Enjoy increased power, flexibility, and control for your websites with us.   Start... read more