Uploading to the server through FTP requires special software. Most computer systems do not come with FTP clients, so you will have to download one from the Internet. We suggest:
IBM/Windows : WS_FTP LE (free)
Macintosh : Fetch (free)
All FTP clients need the following information:
Username - This is your server username (not the Slamdot login email address).
Password - This is your server password.
Address - This is the address of the server. Use ftp.yourdomain.com
Port - Use the default port (21).
Some clients may ask for the host type (select “auto”), ASCII/Binary/Auto (select “auto), and the initial remote folder (you may leave this blank or change it to /domains/yourdomain.com/public_html to start off in the main web directory).
If you have more than one domain hosted on your account you should first enter the /domains directory, then the domain you want to edit, then the public_html directory.
To upload, highlight the files/folders on your computer and drag them into the appropriate directory on the remote server. Each FTP client operates differently, so please consult its help file for complete instructions.