Techie Training Videos Of FileZilla FTP Software

Techie Training Videos Of FileZilla-00A    FileZilla FTP Software is a free application, free FTP solution and cross-platform FTP software where you can create a connection between your local system and an SFTP site.Both a client and a server are available. FileZilla is open source software distributed free of charge under the terms of the GNU General Public License. It is available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. With FileZilla, you can resume interrupted file transfers, preserve file date/time on transfers and prevent overwrite of newer files. Go to www.FileZilla-project.org – you can choose to download FileZilla for all platforms or For Windows only.

 

Getting Started with FileZilla

  • Click on the button that you wish to download and follow the instruction on the site to download
  • Execute FileZilla, then Run and Install
  • The default installation settings are recommended for most users.
  • After you have installed FileZilla in your computer, launch the program

 

Using the Quick Connect Bar

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  • Enter the address of the server into the Host box, then the username and password if required. Also, provide the port of the field if it not the default port.
  • Click Quick Connect button.
  • Once connected, Choose File then select “Copy current connection to Site Manager…” to make a permanent entry (Use the Site Manager if your want to store FTP server names.)

 

Using FileZilla

  • Once you’ve opened your FileZilla go to File, then select Site Manager or simply by clicking on the icon below the File on menu that says “Open the Site Manager.” (Site manager window will appear)
  • To add a new site, click the “New Site” button on the Site Manager window and type in the website name for example, “My Website.”
  • Under the General’s tab, enter your FTP software address and port.
  • Your server type should be “FTP – File Transfer Protocol, Logontype should be Normal so you can type in your username and password

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  • Click Connect for FileZilla to connect to your server.
  • Once you are connected to the server, you’ll see folders (called the root directory of your website) in the right window. All of your website files should go to your public folder (public_html).
  • You can create new folders under Remote site window by right clicking in the remote site window, then select “Create Directory” and type the name of the directory, Click OK.

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Creating New Directory

  • You can create new folders under Remote site window by right clicking in the remote site window, then select “Create Directory” and type the name of the directory, Click OK.

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Transferring Files to the Server

 

  • To transfer files to the server, double click the folder in your Local Site window that contain the files you want to transfer and drag the files or folders to the “Remote site” window.
  • You’ll see the upload progress in the Transfer Queue window located at the

bottom window in FileZilla.

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  • Your FileZilla will show the files you uploaded on the Remote site

 

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