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    Uploading a Folder

    Can anyone out there tell me how to upload a folder and its contents to my web page? It seens that I can upload the contents, that is the individual files, but if I try and do the former thats all I get is "zero bytes uploading????

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    how are you uploading, what ftp client? or is it webbased and if so, where?
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    Dave,
    I am using Coffee Cup Pro as my html editor and uploading program. I am uploading to...

    http://users.adelphia.net/~zychd/

    Adelphia is giving me (haha) 10 GB free server space....no support....

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    I am not familiar with the coffeecup upload included ftp agent


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    Dave,
    I am only using Coffe Cup Pro on a trial basis. What are you guys using that does no cost a fortune???

    What is the general procedure for up loading a folder with its contents in one swoop??

    Dave

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    Dave,
    I an new and therefore confused. I got Coffee Cup because it edits html and ftps.

    If I get WS_FTP I am going to assume that it will more efficiently transfer or ftp but I would need to know how to write my own html in some other editior...be it Coffee Cup, or whatever......

    Does WS_FTP allow me to upload a folder??? And by what method do I create the html files to upload??? Redundant I know but I have to learn how to crawl first before I can walk and then run.

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    I would need to know how to write my own html in some other editior...be it Coffee Cup, or whatever......
    Well you could always read our tutorials and use notepad

    I would assume that coffeecup saves your html on your harddrive somewhere, this is what you would upload. It does not matter what you use to create it with, the file will be there.

    Does WS_FTP allow me to upload a folder???
    yes

    And by what method do I create the html files to upload???
    answered in the first quote

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    Dave,
    What you are telling me is that I must learn the html language, and write it using something like notebook, and then use WS.....to upload.

    I want the best of both worlds. Coffee Cup throught trial and error has really advanced me. I have a web page up and I have been at this for about 2 weeks. Guess I have to purchase an html editior and an FTP program separately???
    Dave

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    The pages that you now build with coffee cup are html files, you may continue using coffeecup (as far as I know). when you build a page you save it to disc. when you ftp you upload the file you saved from coffeecup.

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    Dave,
    I downloaded WSFTP this afternoon and I was up and running in about three minutes! Now I understand what all of you are taking about!!!
    Coffee Cup is a neat little html editor but its ftp capabilities are very limited...you cannot upload a folder....
    Thanks for the advice.
    Dave Zych

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    Cuteftp is a good file uploader and I believe they have a free version....just drag the whole folder over to the right side and there it uploads folder and contents.

    try it out...you can still use coffeecup but I use homesite..the best.

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