To Upload Content/Files using FileZilla
Open FileZilla and choose Site Manager under the File menu.
Click the New Site button.
Provide the following details, label the entry as yourdomainname.com and click the Connect button:
Protocol: FTP - File Transfer Protocol
Encryption: Require explicit FTP over TLS
Logon Type: Normal
User: FTP Username for yourdomainname.com
Password: Password for the above FTP User
Select the Always trust certificate in future sessions. option and then click the OK button.
Once connected, open the relevant folder by double-clicking it:
cPanel - public_html
Plesk - httpdocs
Depending upon the Directory/Folder structure of the Web Hosting package, you would need to upload your files to the relevant folder. 1
In the left pane, select the files to upload. Right-click and choose Upload.
The files will be transferred to the remote server.
Different modes of data connection can be used during FTP. 2
There are 2 ways in which the data connection mode can be modified.
Choose Settings under the Edit menu.
The Passive mode for data connection is set by default. Under the Connection section, click FTP and select the Active radio button to enable the Active mode.
Click OK to save the changes. This change will affect all the sites for whom the data connection mode was set by default.
For Individual SitesTop
Choose Site Manager under the File menu.
Select yourdomainname.com and click the Transfer settings tab. Here, you can change the data connection mode to Active or Passive.
Click OK to save the changes. The change is saved and active for future FTP sessions of this site.
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