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There are many ways that you can transfer files and folder to and from your hosting account.
We highly recommend using an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) program to quickly upload and download files.
General FTP information
The best way to upload your web site is via FTP. This can be done in a number of different ways using many
different FTP clients. Every client needs 4 things:
1. Domain name or IP Address, which will be used in the "FTP address" field.
2. Username, will be the same as cPanel or the FTP account created.
3.Password, will be the password you set up to go with the cPanel or FTP username.
4.Port, is usually port 21.
The files for your site main site will need to be uploaded to the public_html folder.
Among the various free FTP programs available to download on the internet for Mac OS X, Windows,
or Linux, Bluehost recommends Filezilla. It can be downloaded free of charge from
Connecting and uploading via FTP with Dreamweaver CS5
Configuring FTP for Dreamweaver (Version CS5)
1. Open Dreamweaver CS5. Click on Site and choose New Site.
2. For site name, enter a phrase that describes your site.
3. Click Servers from the left hand side.
4. Click the + button to add a server.
5. Enter a server name.
6. Connect using FTP Then enter your FTP Host which is your domain name (example: mysite.com)
or the IP address of your server.
7. Host or Root Directory should be public_html if this is your main site with us.
8.Enter your login name and password. The login name will be the character username you received
in your sign up confirmation email, if you do not know it please log into the cPanel from
www.domainname.com and go into FTP accounts, it is the 8 character one, the password is the same
password you set up when you created your account.
9. Click more options.
10. Click use passive FTP.
11. Save this information and try to connect.
The message Dreamweaver connected to your Web server successfully indicates that you successfully connected
to the FTP server.
To continue troubleshooting, proceed to the section, Verify login credentials. If you were unable to log
in to your FTP server please check your firewall and make the needed changes in order to allow ftp traffic.
To upload files, via FTP, to your addon domain you may either log in as an FTP user you created
specifically for the addon domain, or logon as the main account username and simply upload everything
into the addon domain's folder.
To log in as the addon domain it will be:
- The main FTP account can be used to access all the domains, files and folders on your account.
Simply log into your FTP client and navigate to /public_html/addon_domains_folder/ and
upload your files there.
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