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This configuration tutorial assumes you have FlashFXP installed but have not yet connected to a remote server.

  • Launch FlashFXP on your computer.
  • Click on “Sites” in the Menu bar.
  • Select “Site Manager.” Here, you can create a dedicated group to organize logins for your websites. This is particularly useful for keeping work and personal websites separate.
FlashFXP - Site Manager
  • Click the “New Group” button and complete “Enter Group Name”.
FlashFXP - Enter Group Name
  • Ensure the new group (in our example, “demosites”) is selected.
  • Click the “Create New Site” button.
  • Enter a name for the site (for your reference).
New Site Name
  • Under the “General” tab, select the appropriate “Connection Type.”
  • Enter the server’s address, which can be in the form of ftp.yourdomain.com, yourdomain.com, or just the IP (Internet Protocol) address.
  • Complete the “User Name” and “Password” for your hosting account.
  • Optionally, you can specify the “Remote Path” server address if you want to connect directly to a specific folder on the remote server.
  • Specify the “Local Path” if needed.
  • Once you have filled in the necessary details, click “Apply,” and then click “Close.”
Apply & Close
  • To connect to your website, click on the icon resembling a lightning bolt.
  • In the “Site” panel, select the group (e.g., “demosites”) you created.
  • Choose the site you configured (in our example, “mybiz123.info”).
Select New Site

Successful Connection, that’s it! You have successfully connected to your website via FTP (File Transfer Protocol).

  • To disconnect from the site, simply click the icon resembling a plug.
  • Or select “Server” and “Disconnect” from the drop down menu.
Server Disconnect
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