How to manage files inside of FlashFXP


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In this tutorial we're going to take a look
at how to quickly and efficiently manage your files
inside of FlashFXP. As you can see, I have already established a connection into my remote server. Those files are listed on the right hand side
of my screen. On the left hand side I can see the contents
of my "" folder which is located on
my desktop. This folder contains no files therefore this part of the screen, for the time being, appears empty.

You can create new folders simply by right- clicking on an empty space and selecting "Make Folder". I'm going to give this folder a name such
as "images". You can also right-click on an empty portion
of that panel and select "New File" Give the file a name and create a brand new empty file. As you
create this file the default text editor will open
up and allow you to type in the contents for that
file Let's type in some basic HTML now. and go ahead and say this file and close the window.

You can transfer files between your local directory and your remote FTP server simply
by dragging and dropping. Here I will drag and drop this test.html file
into the remote server. This dialog is letting me know
that I already have a test.html file on the server and it's asking me whether or not I want to overwrite this file. I'm going to select yes by pressing on this "Overwrite" button. I can also drag and drop
files from the remote server into local folder by dragging
and dropping the same way I did before.

If you right-click
on any of the files on the remote server you will have additional options such as the
ability to change the file permissions. In this example I'm going to change the file permissions so that the owner of this file can read, write, and execute it. The public
can only read and execute it and Group can read, write, and execute. This gives us a permission settings of 775.
I will now press the OK button to confirm my changes and the file permissions have been applied
to that file. Congratulations, you know how to manage files inside of FlashFXP.


Video Discription

In this video we will take a quick look at how to manage your files inside of FlashFXP.



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