Attaching Files to FTP folder

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    Brianran, 27th Nov 2013 5:38 am

    I have proceeded to upload a site without attaching.
    I know i can do it as I upload a new or altered file.
    Is there a way I can attach all without uploading again.
    Just waiting to do gallery on http://www.sportinggenes.com about Everton FC football-soccer Liverpool family of Rankins who played over 100 years.

    • Brianran, 1st Dec 2013 3:16 am

      Hi Folks.
      Cab no one tell me the answer re attaching the whole of a web site to Ftp folder?? after loading site

      • bill, 1st Dec 2013 5:45 am

        On 12/1/2013 4:16 AM, Brianran wrote:

        Hi Folks.
        Cab no one tell me the answer re attaching the whole of a web site to Ftp folder?? after loading site

        Not I, but do be patient. This is a holiday weekend in the US.

    • HTML-Kit Support, 1st Dec 2013 11:52 am

      On 11/27/2013 5:38 AM, Brianran wrote:

      I have proceeded to upload a site without attaching.
      I know i can do it as I upload a new or altered file.
      Is there a way I can attach all without uploading again.
      Just waiting to do gallery on http://www.sportinggenes.com about
      Everton FC football-soccer Liverpool family of Rankins who played
      over 100 years.

      Hi Brianran,

      I'm sorry about the long delay in replying.

      It sounds like you're wanting to edit pages online over FTP? If so, you
      can create a new project with "File > Projects > New Project" menu
      option (or even use an existing project). And then double click "Add
      remote folder (FTP)" in the project window. Fill in your FTP information
      and click OK. Finally, open the newly added FTP folder and double click
      a file that you want to edit online. Once you're done, you can simply
      press Ctrl+S to save and the file will get uploaded for you.

      Although you could attach individual pages to a FTP folder, if you're
      going to be editing a lot of files it might be easier to do it this way.
      Just remember to make local backups of FTP sites from time to time.

      Chami

      • Brianran, 1st Dec 2013 2:16 pm

        Thanks I hope your break was enjoyable like everywhere the weather is unpredictable
        Brianran

        • HTML-Kit Support, 1st Dec 2013 6:54 pm

          On 12/1/2013 2:16 PM, Brianran wrote:

          Thanks I hope your break was enjoyable like everywhere the weather
          is unpredictable
          Brianran

          You'd make fun of me if I complained about cold weather here in Florida
          so I'll just say that it was pleasant weather :)

          Chami

    • Guest, 25th Dec 2013 7:52 pm

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    • Guest, 25th Dec 2013 7:52 pm