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Dwayne Abrahams

Ramven Mobile Web Apps - 4 views

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    Ramven has released Mobile Web Apps for informative and productivity. Our Mobile Web Apps include financial calculators, unit converters and many more categories. These Mobile Web Apps are light weight and support all major mobile, tablet, smart phone and desktop web browsers.
M. Miller

FireFTP SUPPORT PAGE- The Free FTP Client for Mozilla Firefox - 3 views

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  • General Usage
  • FTP is a way for you to take files from your computer and upload them to another computer, usually a web server. Or, it is also a way of downloading files from another computer to yours.
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  • toolbar button
  • click Tools->Web Developer->FireFTP
  • accounts menu, select "Create an account..."
  • a "symlink". You can read about it here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symlink.
  • ename a file/make a directory/make symlinks/delete files?
  • right-click on the file lists. A context menu will appear showing the available functions you have, along with related keyboard shortcut
  • save the account information
  • "Connect" button to make the connection to your site
  • copy the URL (HTTP or FTP) and put it in the clipboard
  • find that the local files are on your left and the remote files are on your right
  • click
  • to upload a file to the server
  • you can hide it or show it by pressing Log in the main toolbar or in Options
  • FireFTP will navigate to the directory or download the file that the symlink points to
  • FireFTP gives you the option to Resume from where you left off.
  • server you wish to connect
  • unzip a Zip archive (.zip, .jar, or .xpi)
  • right click on my image file, go to Open With->Add Programs
  • For your local files, sometimes you want to be able to open a file with a different program than the default one
  • give my program a name in the Name textbox, in this case, Photoshop
  • Sometimes you need to transfer files from one website to another
  • specify how to talk to an FTP server
  • click "Browse" and find the Photoshop executable file
  • optionally I can add Arguments
  • in the top-right pane that my program is now associated with that extension. In a similar manner, if I want a pro
  • connect to both servers at the same time and just tell them to pass the files to each other, without having the files go through your computer.
  • you can create categories like "Work", "Patches", etc. to divide and conquer your list of accounts.
  • To view the server you are transferring to you can always open another FireFTP (in another tab) - this way you can look at both servers at the same time.
  • you have to configure an account for the server you are transferring to ahead of time
  • configure the "Initial Remote Directory" under the Connection tab of the account's settings
  • IPv6 is if you are connecting to a server on the IPv6 network protocol or you yourself are using IPv6
  • here you can work on your file, save it, and FireFTP will automatically upload your file when it detects you've modified the file
  • For remote files, selecting Open With will download the file and put you into Remote Edit mode
  • An example of an IPv4 address is 64.233.167.99 more commonly known as google.com
  • an advanced operation
  • An IPv4 number is like a computer's unique phone number
  • check out your own 'phone number' here.
  • For Mac users:
  • a specific directory for either local, remote or both file systems
  • the risks involved in the FXP operation please read the Wikipedia article.
  • when you browse the directory you aren't allowed to go into the Application's hidden contents
  • Both servers involved with the transfer have to have FXP enabled in order for the operation to work.
  • Right-click on an Application and do "Show Package Contents"
  • ou can read more details about IPv6 here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ipv6
  • /Applications/Safari.app/Contents/MacOS/Safari
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    FTP stands for File Tranfer Protocol. It is the sister of the more commonly used HTTP. Both protocols deal with transfering data across the internet. FTP is a way for you to take files from your computer and upload them to another computer, usually a web server. Or, it is also a way of downloading files from another computer to yours. "Support Search this page: Installation General Usage Account Manager Properties Options Tools Troubleshooting Miscellaneous Questions Walkthrough for Beginners by Floss Manuals A Walkthrough for Beginners by Prisca Schmarsow "
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