1. How to use FileZilla to upload your website

    Connect to your cPanel FTP FileZilla is split into two windows, local and remote. Local is shown on the left, and lists all the files on your PC or Mac. Remote is shown on the right and lists all the files stored on your web space. On the remote side (right) locate your public_html folder. This is the folder where your website files will be stored. Any file you put inside of the public_html directory will be shown publicly at http://www.yourdomain.com – For this reason we recommend you do not upload sensitive or private files to the public_html folder. Double-click

  2. Using FileZilla to connect to your cPanel FTP

    Overview FileZilla is a free, open-source FTP client for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. You can use FileZilla to connect to any service using FTP, SFTP, and Terminal. Instructions Download FileZilla for Windows or Mac Install FileZilla Open FileZilla At the top you’ll see Host, Username, Password and Port In these boxes you’ll want to enter your FTP details. These will be as follows: Hostname: ftp.yourdomainname.com Username: Your cPanel username. This can be found in your Dashboard > Products / Services Password: Your cPanel password Port: 21 After entering these details, click the Quickconnect button FileZilla will connect to