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Old 08-20-02, 05:52 AM   #1
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FTP for websites

Does anyone know of a free downloadable FTP program so that I can put my webpage on the net?? Many thanks indeed
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I can't remember the one I originally got, but I'm sure I downloaded it from tucows
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I use WS_FTP with pretty good results. Download it for free from download.com . Enjoy.
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I use WS_FTP with pretty good results. Download it for free from download.com . Enjoy.
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Yup, I've used this also. It works very well!
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FTP Commander. It's free, compact and easy to use, maybe a little Spartan. I got it at Tucows
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Many thanks indeed for your replies, but I have run into a new problem......I have created my website using a shareware program. I can only put it (the website) online if I purchase the stupid thing. Is there any good, free website creater programs out there for me?
Many thanks in advance agian
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I use Notepad or Wordpad to code HTML by hand -- yes, the long slow stupid way. It's not hard, but you probably don't want to commit yourself to doing that.

In the past, I have used Netscape Composer with pretty good results. Just don't ask it to do anything too tricky, or it will get confused. Composer comes free with the Netscape browser; it's the little pen on paper icon in the lower right-hand corner of the browser window. So if you have Netscape, Composer might be a good place to start.

Good luck and let us know how things are progressing!
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Carole's right. Netscape is competent. You can also use Microsoft Word to create code. Me...I must be rich and lazy...I bought FrontPage.
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