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    Smile Uploading files using FileZilla



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    Default Re: Uploading files using FileZilla

    This tutorial will teach you how to upload files using the FTP program FileZilla. 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 FileZilla".

    For the purpose of this tutorial, we will assume you already have FileZilla running on your computer, and are connected to a remote server. The FileZilla main screen is divided into three panels. The top panel is a running record of every command and the response of the server. It allows you to verify that any action you are performing has been completed successfully. Below that are two screens. The left screen is your local site. The right screen is your remote host, or your web site.

    Let's look at how to upload, or transfer, a file to a remote server. In the left hand window ( which is your local site), under the list called Filename, select a file you would like to upload. To select multiple files, press the CTRL (Control) key on your keyboard while making your selections. Right click the selected file(s). This will open a menu. Click on Upload. That is all there is to it. If you look in the right hand window (the remote server) you can see the files have successfully been uploaded.

    To download a file(s) from the remote server to your local site, right click on the file you wish to download. When the menu opens, select Download. The file has now been downloaded, and can be seen in the list of files on the left hand side, in your local site. You now know how to transfer, or upload and download files from a remote server using the FTP program FileZilla.

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