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Beginner's Guide

Microsoft Frontpage Users
Customers with Microsoft Frontpage extensions installed on their sites should use only the Frontpage publishing feature to transfer files. Using regular FTP can corrupt the extensions, disabling the functionality of the Frontpage web and requiring that the site be deleted to reinstall the extensions.

  1. Open CuteFTP

  2. Add a new ftp site by clicking the Add site button

  3. The Add Host window will open. Click on the General tab

  4. You will need to enter information for the following fields:

    Site Label: This is the name that you would like associated with this ftp process. It can be anything that you want. A good default is the name of your web site.

    Host Address: This is, where is your actual domain name

    UserID: This is the userID assigned to you by DotXtra!

    Password: This is the password that you designated in your DotXtra! Control Panel

  5. Finally, make sure the Host Type is Auto-Detect

  6. Next, click on the Advanced tab

  7. Make sure the Port field is 21

  8. Click OK button.

  9. To connect to your newly created ftp site, select the new site out of the list at the right. Click the Connect button.

  10. The box on the left consists of the files on your local computer, the box on the right contains the files on DotXtra! server. To upload files from your local computer to the DotXtra! server, change to the correct directory on the left, and drag and drop files from the left onto the right. To download, just do the opposite - drag and drop from right to left.