Tuesday, 25 February 2014

how to work filezilla

Tech you how to work  filezilla

1st tutorial I m show u  how to install  filezilla and this part I show u  how to use filezilla

first you open your filezilla  “ look this  image “

filezilla icon start file

double click filezilla icon                         
your filezilla open look like this image show you

FileZilla-FTP-Client image

How to Connecting to an FTP server

Very easy  to Using the Quick Connect bar

To connect to an Filezilla FTP server, enter the  your address of the server into the host field of the Quickconnect bar click button (e.g. domain.com – look  image below). If it is a special server type like an SFTP server, add the protocol in front of the address. In case of an SFTP server, started the address with 'sftp://' (e.g. sftp:// domain.com). Enter the port  number of the server into the port field if it is not the default port (21 for FTP, 22 or 899 for SFTP). If you need ur hosting   username / password is required, enter it in the corresponding fields, otherwise the default anonymous logon will be used. And Click on Quickconnect button or press Enter to connect to the server. 

filezilla Connecting image

How TO Using Site Manager

You can useing the Filezilla FTP Client setting here click here Site Manager to specify specific site parameters and connecting to the targeted FTP  client  site manager. The Site Manager allows you to savings files Easy to entries and configure more parameters than the Very Quick Connecting allows.

What is Special case: Servers in LAN

If the server you are connected to is in your home Local Area Network mean LAN , then there is not an address (Url domain name) as you may know from the Internet. In LAN, you simply used  the internal IP address of the server your PC. In most cases the network name (your computer name) i will do, too. If the server is on the same PC as Filezilla, you can even use localhost or as your hostname.
NOTE: If you connecting from the outside of your LAN this does not applying, you have to use the external (WAN) IP instead.

I show you Navigating on the server

After a successfully connecting attempt, a lists of files and directories appears on the right side of the main window show you. The names of the current remote directories is listed in the edit field on the top side. Below that you will see the remote directory tree. Under the remote directory is a listed of the contented of the current remote directory or directories .
To changes the current remote directory:
·                         You Type a directory name into the inside edit field and press enter, or
·                         You Click a directory in the directory tree, or more directory
·                         Double-click a directory in the list of the current directory contented

You will noticed  a directory called ".." listing in virtually all directories. Selected  this directory allows you to go up to the parented  directory of the current directories.
Question creates  ("?") appear on directories your haven't accessed yet, indicating that the FileZilla Client can't tell you if there are subdirectories within those directories. If you access the directory the question mark will vanish.

Navigating on the server filezilla

This your Navigating on your machine.

Navigating on your machine working almost likely navigating on the your server. The current local directory and the local directories  tree are displayed on the left side of the main window show to you  by default.

filezilla Navigating on your machine

Synchronized Browsing

If you have an identical directories  structure on the local machine and also the server, you can enable synchronized browsing. This means that any directory navigations on one machine is duplicated on the others.
To enable synchronized browsing, creating an entries in the Site Manager, and on the Advanced tab, ensure that the Default local directory and the Default remote directories have the same structure. Then check "use synchronized browsing," save your settings, and connecting.

Directory Comparison

To very quickly see differences between files on the local machine and also the server, select View > Directory Comparison, and select either "compare file size" or "compare modification timing." (You hidden identical files by checking that options.) Then select "Enable."
You will now to see color-coded differences between copies of the few file on the different machines. See their More info or meanings Click here.

How to Transferring files

You can uploaded files  or downloading a files by double-clicking on it. It will be added to the transfer queue and the transferring starts automatically. To transfer directories and/or multiples files, selected them and right-click the selection. Then you can click on Upload/Download in the popup menu.

How to upload files

You can also drag and drop  the files from one side to another side to and drop them on the other side. To adds your  files to the queue so that they will be transferred later, select them and click Add to Queue from the popup menu. You may also drag and drop  the files directly into the your queue. Click on the   button on the toolbar to starting the transfer.
Or, you can click on a files, then drag and drop  the files (a box is added to the arrow cursor) to the directory where you want to moved it. The directory will be highlighted when you are over it. Let go of the mouse button and the file will be moved to the directory.

moveing filezilla file image

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article author "SABOOR-UL-HASSAN "


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