Uploading FIles to your website Without FTP Client / Utilizing CPANEL and Similar CMS

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I discuss uploading here using some of the “Big Guys” built in browser functionallity you get with purchasing hosting services. This is the best approach for new web guys and advanced a like for uploading small files fast! Just remember to ZIP those large amounts of files then extract! Process simplified! Upload your pages online the easy way! Yeah you can use FTP but you often have a much simpler alternative in your broswer with Cpanel, (hostmonster, godaddy, fatcow and etc.) So yes, FTP is better for uploading but for the simple tasks this is perfectly acceptable! I’d suggest looking into CYBERDUCK for MAC ftp if you would like to check it out! You may also if on a PC, tryout WINSCP Keep commenting, suggesting, subscribing and visit www.neacedesign.com for more vids and help with anything people like you suggest to me! Thanks as always!

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7 Responses to “Uploading FIles to your website Without FTP Client / Utilizing CPANEL and Similar CMS”

  1. AARadio100 Says:

    only advice i would give is don’t simplify, you have mad skills, make people step their game up to catch up with you. and slow down a little bit when you instruct and challenge us. ill send you some photos too if you need, i take the best sunrise sunset and moon shots.

  2. robputt796 Says:

    Hi,

    Great tutorial just a little extra tip… the home file could well be home. The browser doesn’t always get the index file. It gets what the webserver tells it to get. You could easily configure cPanel to actually send it a file called home or whatever. And some hosts even have home, index, default etc… already set as index pages… Also big hosts aren’t always best, sometimes smaller hosts have more per client time offering better support for beginners.
    Othr thn tht keep up the good work!

  3. halfacat1 Says:

    Thank you for the tutorial. Cheers!

  4. saskay302 Says:

    one question that you can probably help me with i am uploading using html and cpanel i named my first page (which is a logon screen) index.html and after you login i want it to go to page 2

  5. Failsor Says:

    this was helpful! :D

  6. adidasmx09 Says:

    Thanks for the Tutorials… Great Job.. can’t wait for your new tuts…

  7. xXWooter123Xx Says:

    NJ dude.

    -Billy

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