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    Default Fusion 11 and secure FTP

    Hi guys,

    Have more or less decided to quit NOF, but maybe one last try.
    I use Fusion 11, win8, ie10 and host with yahoo. Have understood that publishing secure ftp only can be using ex. FileZilla.
    As I am not big expert, I would ask for advice;
    - what to transfer from Local Published folder ? It is several file types, subfolders...

    Looking forward to your help.

    rgds.
    Bjorn

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    Everything "within" local publish (not the folder itself but ALL of the content)

    This gotFusion tutorial will explain what some of the Fusion folders are and what they are used for

    http://www.gotfusion.com/tutorials/tut.cfm?itemID=4028
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    Default Re: Fusion 11 and secure FTP

    On 2013-08-28 10:19 AM, kaupang wrote:
    > Hi guys,
    >
    > Have more or less decided to quit NOF, but maybe one last try.
    > I use Fusion 11, win8, ie10 and host with yahoo. Have understood that
    > publishing secure ftp only can be using ex. FileZilla.
    > As I am not big expert, I would ask for advice;
    > - what to transfer from Local Published folder ? It is several file
    > types, subfolders...
    >
    > Looking forward to your help.
    >
    > rgds.
    > Bjorn
    >
    >


    Yes, you can do so. But I get the feeling you aren't trying too hard and
    want to quit NOF, so I don't feel very motivated to get into details. I
    just took a quick look in Help, searched for "publish secure" and found
    the answers you need there. It sounds like you might be deserving of the
    RTFM mantra, no offense intended.

    Twayne`

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