You can upload files to your webspace using three different methods. Your choice will generally be determined by the software that you are using on your computer, but we would always advise against FTP as your password will be transmitted unencrypted.
In all cases, the settings required are:
|Server name:||lynx.mythic-beasts.com, ocelot.mythic-beasts.com, yali.mythic-beasts.com or onza.mythic-beasts.com|
|Username:||The username for your account|
|Password:||The password for your account|
Websites go in the
Apache log files are in
PHP scripts simply need to have a
.php extension. If you
want to run CGI programs, in Perl or any other language, place them in
Your home directory is where you can create .forward files for advanced control of your email: see Mail.
SFTP is usually the best option for uploading files, as it provides the functionality of standard FTP but over a secured connection.
SCP is a secure mechanism that support file transfer. Unlike FTP and SFTP, it does not support other file operations such directory listings, file renaming or permission changes.
We provide FTP (File Transfer Protocol) access to allow you to upload your webpages and access your web logs. You will of course need an FTP client. This functionality is built into website design packages, or you can use a standalone client. There is a vast number to choose from—you can resort to the basic ftp command (available on every computer) in a pinch, but you'll probably want something a bit easier to use! If you don't already have a favourite, the Free Software FileZilla is a good choice.
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