Smart FTP Tutorial

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Smart FTP Tutorial:

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     From "File", choose New Remote Browser

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     Most systems use Normal FTP connection
Host is your FTP host, usually your domain name or IP address
Most systems use the default port 21
Logon type should be Username and Password if you have a user name and password
Username is your FTP user name
Password is your FTP password
Click OK when all information has been entered.

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     The system will connect to the remote server.
In the window on the other side, choose open a local browser so you can view the files on your computer

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     Files can easily be moved by dragging and dropping from one side to the other or
by using the transfer button to tell the system to copy the file to the other side

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     Hurray! The file has been copied to my remote web server

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     By Right clicking on a file or directory, I have a list of options

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     By Right clicking on in a blank area, I have a different list of options

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     When ready to end the connection, choose "Disconnect" from the drop down menu under File