6825RE: [edit+] FTP and subfolders
- Jan 4, 2012Hell John,
Simply choose the FTP account, then type the name of your folder into the
field labeled "Subdirectory:".
You'll need to know a little about your folder structure here, as I think
how you type in the folder name is determined based on the root folder of
your FTP server. For example, if the first thing you see when you FTP to
this server is the folder containing your html, and your Images folder is a
folder in that directory, you'll simply type: "/Images/" (sans quotes) in
the Subdirectory box.
Experiment a little, you may or may not need the trailing slash.
My biggest complaint with the FTP feature is that when it fails (if, for
example, I have chosen the wrong FTP account for that folder), then I have
to start over, reselecting all of the files I wanted to upload. It should
fail back into the FTP interface with everything still selected.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf
Sent: Wednesday, January 04, 2012 12:26 PM
Subject: [edit+] FTP and subfolders
I've used Editplus for a long time (love it) but just recently started
taking advantage of its FTP capabilities for website maintenance. I'm having
trouble understanding how to upload files located in subfolders. For
example, my site has an "image" folder where the jpg and png images on my
pages reside, both locally and on the server. I've also got an "include"
folder with text files in it that are included on my PHP pages. I'm
struggling to understand how to FTP all these files without having to set up
and choose a separate FTP settings arrangement for each folder. Any guidance
would be greatly appreciated!
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