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ysr_racer
11-14-2004, 11:41
Can somebody please give me a link to some free FTP software that's VERY easy to use?

All I want to do is FTP a webpage to my host and I lost my MS Frontpage.

Thanks, brad

0100010
11-14-2004, 12:36
Ipswitch FTP Pro trial version : http://www.tucows.com/preview/195137.html

Dead Man's Hand
11-14-2004, 13:35
I have been using Core FTP for the last 3 weeks which is complelty free and I like it.

fastvfr
11-14-2004, 14:31
I don't know how much easier WSFTP LE could be.

That is what I have used for years.

prism
11-14-2004, 16:26
I have a couple diferent ftp programs on my pc. but if you want a quick and easy way to upload a few files you can ftp directly from internet explorer.

see here> http://www.lagcc.cuny.edu/webmanager/ftptutorial.htm

example: instead of the website address, type in the ftp address in this format: ftp://username@example.com

not HTTP. it is FTP.



login, then navigate to the desired directory on the server. then, just drag-and-drop a file or folder from your hard drive directory into the ftp-IE window.

I open an instance of regular explorer to view the files on my harddrive, then drag the file over to the ftp-IE window.



HTH!

Washington,D.C.
11-14-2004, 16:46
http://www.smartftp.com/purchase/

you get a licence reminder once in a blue moon but as a Personal, Educational or Non-Profit Organization... its FREE to use.

Washington,D.C.
11-14-2004, 17:05
http://www.tucows.com/preview/195147.html and http://www.thefreesite.com/Free_Software/FTP_freeware/

chevrofreak
11-14-2004, 17:58
LeechFTP

eljefe6
11-14-2004, 18:22
Real men use the command prompt:
ftp IP_Address

grantglock
11-14-2004, 21:18
ncftp

Stephen
11-14-2004, 22:06
Originally posted by prism
I have a couple diferent ftp programs on my pc. but if you want a quick and easy way to upload a few files you can ftp directly from internet explorer.

see here> http://www.lagcc.cuny.edu/webmanager/ftptutorial.htm

example: instead of the website address, type in the ftp address in this format: ftp://username@example.com

not HTTP. it is FTP.



login, then navigate to the desired directory on the server. then, just drag-and-drop a file or folder from your hard drive directory into the ftp-IE window.

I open an instance of regular explorer to view the files on my harddrive, then drag the file over to the ftp-IE window.



HTH!

VERY cool! I like that and it works well. Thanks for the tip!

proguncali
11-14-2004, 23:09
click on the start button and go to "run." Type in cmd.
When the command prompt opens type in ftp "my site.com"
authenticate and put your files...

unixglocker
11-15-2004, 01:00
ftp

SamBuca
11-15-2004, 19:23
http://winscp.sourceforge.net/eng/