Uploading Files to Your Web Site

 


To upload your website's files, you need an FTP client to connect your computer to your hosting account.











FTP User Name
Your hosting account user name. Where's my user name?

FTP Password
Your hosting account password. I forgot my password.

Website URL
Your site's URL (e.g.http://www.coolexample.com).

FTP Site URL
Your FTP server's URL (e.g.ftp://www.coolexample.com).

Start Directory
Our hosting services do not require a "Home" or "Start" directory, so leave the field blank. If the client requires a value, enter a single forward slash followed by your hosting account user name (i.e., /).

Some popular FTP clients are:

You may also be able to upload your site through the software used to create it, such as Adobe Dreamweaver® or Microsoft Expressions Web®.

Or you could use the FTP client in our Hosting Control Center. For more information, seeUsing the Hosting Control Center Web-Based FTP Client.

Use the following FTP settings to connect to your hosting account:

 

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