WebNameHost--The Big FAQ

This searchable FAQ has a large number of questions and answers on domains, hosting, web sites, eMail and related topics. This material has been collected through many years of web experience. Some are common questions appearing in a similar form on many host sites. Many are unique to this database. Use the Contact Page to advise of corrections, additional questions or answers we have missed.

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Q. Can I update my site 24 hours a day?

A. Hey, you can stay up all night working on it. No problem.

Category: FTP Secondary Category: Access    more

Q. Do you allow FTP Anonymous access?

A. Anonymous access is turned off. If you want a user to be able to put files on your server or get them from the server, you have to create an FTP account and give out a user name and password. Do this only for people you trust.

Category: FTP Secondary Category: Anonymous

Q. Do you have FTP?

A. Yes. This is the standard file protocol transfer method for getting files to your site, and most web editors use it.

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Q. How do I FTP my files to the server?

A. Get either an FTP client for your home computer, such as CuteFTP, Interarchy, or Fetch. Or, your editor/web creation program (such as BBEdit) should have a built-in capability to FTP files to your site.

Category: FTP Secondary Category: Clients    more

Q. How do I transfer files to my web site?

A. Files are transferred to the Web server via File Transport Protocol (FTP). We recommend Interarchy, Fetch or CuteFTP. Site creation software like BBEdit has FTP built in.

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Q. What is a User ID, or FTP User Name?

A. These are other names for your login name, or username.

Category: FTP Secondary Category: User

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