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Free FTP programs are scarce these days but we have found one that we can recommend. It's called Core FTP LE and it has proven to be a good, solid application. You can read more about it and download the free version by visiting the Core FTP website....
You should see the files on your own computer listed in the left window. For more details, please refer to instructions provided by your FTP program provider.
After verifying that FrontPage extensions have been installed on your website's server, go under File -> Publish in FrontPage. When asked the publishing destination, use the URL of your site (such as http://www.yoursite.com) and use the Site Administra...
It is important to note that OurChurch.com uses a "secure" FTP format. This means that required hostnames in your FTP application will usually have a format like ftpes://yourdomainname.com. Other settings would be standard FTP settings, though if there is...
On the server side (right window) you should see a list of folders. Look for the one that says public_html and double-click on it. Your index.php file is located there. Please do not change it. If you are over-riding NE1, you can upload an index.html file...
FTP is best for:  Large files (over 5 MB) Multiple files (which can be moved all at once instead of one at a time. cPanel limits you to 12 files at a time.) Custom sites not created with NE1 File formats not recognized by NE1 such as Word documen...
FTP stands for "File Transfer Protocol." It is software that allows you to copy files from your own computer to the server where your website resides, quickly and easily. If you can move files from one directory on your computer to another, you can use FT...