Settings for Common FTP Programs

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This section explains exactly how to set up some common FTP programs, with "screen shot" pictures showing which settings go where.

You can use our file manager from any web browser to publish, download or modify your files. It’s a good alternative to traditional FTP in many cases.

Screen shots and instructions explaining how to use Cyberduck, our recommended free FTP program for Mac OS X and Windows.

Instructions and screen shots showing how to set up Dreamweaver for our Web hosting service.

Screen shots and instructions explaining how to use Fetch, a Mac OS X FTP program.

Screen shots and instructions explaining how to use FileZilla, a free FTP program for Windows and Mac OS X.

Screen shots and instructions explaining how to use Fugu, a Mac OS X SFTP program.

Screen shot and instructions explaining how to use iWeb '09 to publish your web site files.

Screen shots and instructions explaining how to publish using Microsoft Expression Web, a free web design program for Windows.

Instructions explaining how to use Microsoft Publisher.

Screen shots showing how to configure RapidWeaver, a macOS web design program.

Explains how to use the Transmit FTP program to publish files to your website.

If you are using Windows XP or later, you can use a normal folder window as an FTP program to upload your Web files.

Screen shots and instructions explaining how to use WS_FTP.

If your FTP program isn’t listed separately, these instructions should work with any FTP program.