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  1. #1
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    Default filezilla

    hello, I am trying to upload some files using FileZilla, it is asking for the following

    Host:

    Username:

    Password:

    Port:

    Can I please be informed what to insert?
    I put VodaHost
    my username with Vodahost
    my password with VodaHost
    and 21 for the port and it is not being accepted

    also, reason I am using this softwear is because FTP manage is not able to complete the file transfer and was I was suggested filezilla

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    Default Re: filezilla

    When you publish a page in BlueVoda, your username will be listed on the publish window that opens--that's the username you want to use. The password (which is starred out in the window) is the password you want.

    The Host looks like this: yourusername@yourwebsite.com (if it's a .com of course).

    Port: Leave blank (most likely to work OK)
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    Cool Re: filezilla

    There is no "code" .... there is no sercret, nor is there any other way to Publish a Blue Voda created web page!
    You did review the other TUTORIALS, didn't you??
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    Question Re: filezilla

    well I am very sorry if this is what you have understood.
    My question had nothing to do with publishing, my question was what voda host parameters do i use to access and use filezila

    if you read my question above I already say what parameters i am inserting which is not being accepted.
    thanks

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    Arrow Re: filezilla

    Use the UPLOAD tool in your cPanel for best results. Always.

    You'll see it in the top toolbar in your File Manager section.
    You'll also find an Auto-UnZIP tool too that comes in handy!

    When a person tries to connect using Filezilla or creates an FTP Authorization, cPanel assumes you are using a tool such as Dreamweaver, and most of the time cPanel will not accept anything but a static IP which has a guarded port: explains why people can't "publish" uisng Dream at Panera!
    Much easier using the preset tools provided for simple transfer of files and objects: cP for uploading, BlueFTP for deleting.
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    Wink Re: filezilla

    ok thanks

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