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Now that you have an account and you know where to see your
pages...how do
you transfer files from your own computer to the server so
others can see
them too?

There are several ways to go about this.  
All fall under the heading of FTP (File Transfer Protocol).


<b>What is FTP?</b>
Quite simply File Transfer Protocol is the protocol used on
the Internet
for exchanging files.
It&#039;s simply a method to transfer files between
computers.
There&#039;s really no need to know more than this.  


<b>How do I use FTP?</b>
To transfer files, you can use one of these: 
1) FTP program, 
2) cPanel&#039;s File Manager, 
3) Web publishing programs such as FrontPage or Dreamweaver


<b>1) FTP program</b>
We prefer <a href="http://filezilla-project.org/"
target="_blank">FileZilla</a> for transferring files,
because it is easier
to use.  
If you don&#039;t have complex needs you might want to check
out one of the
other free FTP programs out there.


<b>2) cPanel&#039;s File Manager</b>
You can also transfer files using the &quot;FILE
MANAGER&quot; in cPanel.
The cPanel has lots of other features that are explained in
more detail on
the following pages.


<b>3) Web publishing programs</b>
To transfer files using Frontpage or Dreamweaver, make sure
to use the
correct address: ftp://username.echoechoplus.com



<b>What is my login info?</b>

<b><span style="color: blue;">If you don&#039;t have a
domain hosted with
us:</span></b>
-----------------
<b>FTP host address:</b> <span style="color:
red;">username</span>.echoechoplus.com
<b>Username:</b> username@<span style="color:
red;">username</span>.echoechoplus.com
<b>Password:</b> The password for your account.
<b>Port:</b> 21
-----------------
Note: Replace <span style="color: red;">username</span>
with
your real
username.
If the above doesn&#039;t work it may be that your FTP
program doesn&#039;t
allow @ in usernames. 
Try username<span style="color:
red;">#</span>username.echoechoplus.com
instead.
-----------------



<b><span style="color: blue;">If you have a domain hosted
with
us:</span></b>
-----------------
<b>FTP host address:</b> ftp.yourdomain.com
<b>Username:</b> username@yourdomain.com
<b>Password:</b> The password for your account.
<b>Port:</b> 21
-----------------
Again, if the above doesn&#039;t work it may be that you FTP
program
doesn&#039;t allow @ in usernames. 
Try username<span style="color:
red;">#</span>username.echoechoplus.com
instead.



<b>Where do I upload files to?</b>
You should upload your files and images to the
&quot;public_html&quot;
folder.


<b>Reserved folder names</b>
These folder names are reserved by your site&#039;s control
panel and
can&#039;t be used for folders that you upload to the site:
/icons/ , /sqmail/ , /webmail/ , /squirrelmail/


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	<date>19.09.2012, 08:24</date>
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