HOWTO: FTP

FTP stands for the File transfer protocol and is used to transfer files between an FTP server and another computer. In the past, FTP was much more common than it is today and was the dominant file transfer mechanism on the Internet. If you needed to transfer files between two computers, you would use FTP to do so. 
An FTP Client is a software designed to transfer files back-and-forth between two computers over the Internet. It needs to be installed on your computer and can only be used with a live connection to the Internet.
I’m always using FileZilla to access and upload files on my servers.

File transfers are made by simply dragging and dropping files from one pane to the other. Additional features of the FTP Client include: multiple file transfers at a time, auto resuming of the transfer, file queueing and more.

 

Acces information personal webspace: http://www.users.hogent.be/˜your HoGent code (for example: http://users.hogent.be/˜424563jg )

Screencast

We’ve made this awesome screencast for HoGent students (you can also use this for other purposes, just use other credentials!) to access their data en upload some html pages to their personal webspace.

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