FileZilla is a convenient and highly-efficient FTP client.
TIP:For Linux, upload your webpage to the /htdocs directory. This is the root directory of your website.
For Windows, upload your webpage.
1. Start FileZilla and select File > Site Manager > New Site to set up a site.
- New Site: Enter the site name, for example, “”new site””.
- Web Hosting: Enter the IP address of the Web Hosting, for example, “”121.XX.XX.XX””.
- Port: Enter “”21””.
- Protocol: Select FTP-file transfer protocol.
- Encryption: Select the encryption mode to FTP.
- Login Type: Select “”Normal””.
- User: Enter the user name of the Web Hosting (Web Hosting FTP user name).
- Password: Enter the FTP password of the Web Hosting.
2. Connect to the remote site: Click “”Connect”” to connect to the Web Hosting directory. The page contains the following parts:
- Upper part: tool bar and message logs
- Left part: local area, that is, local disk
- Right part: remote area, that is, remote server
- Lower part: transmission queue. You can check the queue window and file transmission progress in this area.
3. Display the hidden files: Click “”Server”” >to forcibly display the hidden files.
4. Related operations: After connecting to a remote site and uploading webpages by performing the following operation, use a browser to perform access test.
- Select webpages or files to be uploaded in a local area and double-click or drag them to a remote area to complete uploading.
- Right-click a file or directory at a local site or remote site to create, delete, rename, and move it or check its attributes.