Boot Camp 3/6 - Uploading Files To Your Hosting Account via File Transfer Protocol (FTP)

In this video we cover how you can transfer your files to the web server that is hosting your website via FTP. We explore a few open source (free) ;tools including FileZilla and winSCP on both windows and mac osx leopard. We show how to quickly setup ftp "bookmarks" so that you can login and transfer files very quickly in addition to how we can install filezilla onto a portable USB jump drive. This allows you to transfer files using ftp on any machine that has a connection without having to install anything!

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