I found a forum responder who said just use a windows Ftp protocol to update your website : www.example.com/~name What are the steps? when I ftp'ed that site I used to be asked for my name and Password , then I accessed my files at that site. It don't work now . What do I do?
[edited by: mack at 4:29 am (utc) on Mar. 30, 2005] [edit reason] changed to example.com [/edit]
Msg#: 2065 posted 12:50 am on Mar 30, 2005 (gmt 0)
Well the way I did it before was to put this address right in the address space of U-soft internet explorer: ftp://www.example.com/ or maybe without the www . The response from the edcentral server was Name? , then Password that I normaly used at that college server. Then I dragged the file from my PC and put the new web html into the file I called it my.index. Now the server doesn't even ask for my name let alone let me login. What I never got straight was use of some ftp utilities offered as freeware. Mainly because they never worked like the simple drag and drop approach.
[edited by: mack at 4:29 am (utc) on Mar. 30, 2005] [edit reason] used example.com [/edit]
Msg#: 2065 posted 12:00 am on Mar 31, 2005 (gmt 0)
Hi tomada Maybe the simple answer would be to upload your files to the server via a ftp program cute, smartftp ect. As Birdman said servers require the ftp.example.com/~name & password how ever this was set up at the time this should not change. login = example.com/ftp.example.com
username=xx Password= #*$!
Check with your host/server and directory to upload or or try using the above