Confirming an FTP Upload

stephen barncard stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Tue Dec 6 13:11:27 CST 2011


Just a method to get the uploads (and exposed password/user) to a place
that isn't your public website.  Most web providers will allow unlimited or
many FTP accounts, and you can use completely different user/passwords.
 Some providers (not On-Rev) will allow an account to have multiple users
that can own websites and/or ftp sites.  Then I give that site a sub-domain
name and use that for uploads.

There are also ways to do uploads safely that involve using server-side PHP
or Livecode solutions which have been discussed here before.   Many
examples abound for that.



On 6 December 2011 10:30, AcidJazz <mpezzo at gmail.com> wrote:

> Actually, Stephen, could you elaborate on the "special ftp space" that is
> not
> the website.   I'm a little unclear on the distinction.
>
> Mark
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