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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by gitwiz, Oct 24, 2009.

  1. gitwiz

    gitwiz Registered

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    What is the ftp url for the new sub domains that I add?

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    It will be same as your main domain. Username and password will be same. You just need to upload your contents in your sub-domain folder.

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    As others have suggested, you may could login using your normal FTP access information, and then navigate to the directory where your new sub-domain is located, such as a sub-directory within public_html. The URL for FTP may vary depending on what was entered when creating the new sub-domain.

    Using your preferred FTP client software, connect using your domain name as the server host address while also entering in your specific FTP username and password. The FTP username and password is normally the same as your cPanel account username and password, but it is also possible to use an FTP account created via cPanel. If using an FTP account created in cPanel, it is possible to have that new FTP account only access the directory of your sub-domain; the same basic steps apply when using your preferred FTP client software (e.g., entering the domain as the server host address, entering the FTP account username, and entering the FTP account password).

    Please also see the following documentation for additional clarification:
    CpanelFiles < AllDocumentation/CpanelDocs < TWiki
    FTPAccounts < AllDocumentation/CpanelDocs < TWiki
     
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