File Transfer - WS_FTP - Version 7.x Pro - Connecting and Uploading
Open WSFTP and click on File and Choose Connect.



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Click on Create Site.



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Enter a Name for your site (anything) and leave Create In blank. Click Next.



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Type in your domain name as the hostname and click Next.



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Type in your username and password. Leave the account field blank. You can choose to save the password. Click Next.



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Server Type should be set to FTP and the Port is 21. Leave SSL unchecked. Click Finish.



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Once back to the connect screen, select the site and click on Edit.



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Click on the Startup Tab and type public_html for the remote site folder and click Ok.



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Select the site again and click on Connect.



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Click the Browse Local Folders button.



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Select the folder that contains your HTML Files.



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Select the files that need uploading and click the right arrow to upload files.



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Select:
and click

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