You must use FTP Secure (FTPS) for bulk transfer of files to or from the server or for file transfers outside the HTML Image Manager. Only users with the administrator's role can log in to the site via FTPS. You can use any FTP client that supports FTP over SSL for transferring files. The connection settings for your FTP Client should be as follows:
- User Name - email@example.com/usersite.publishpath.com
- firstname.lastname@example.org equals the site administrators email address
- usersite equals your publishpath site address
- Password - The site administrator's password
- Encryption Method - Implicit SSL
- Port - 990
Specific FTP Clients
Some of the most common and readily-available FTP clients that support FTP over SSL are WinSCP and FileZilla for Windows and Transmit for Mac.
Items to Note
- The server allows uploads of only the files on the list of safe file extensions. This list is a compilation of all extensions currently allowed on your CMS through the web interface. The list is included at the end of this topic.
- The server allows uploads of files 250 megabytes or less in size.
- The server considers your website's storage limit and prevents you from uploading files that place you above your storage limit.
- You cannot delete files from special directories. For example, when you attach a file to a blog post, the file is stored in the system as /Blog/<contentID>/<filename>. Since these directories have special meaning, the server prevents you from deleting the directories or their content. You can, however, download files from the special directories.
- You can create directories outside of the special directories and upload any files of the allowed types to those directories.
- The templates directory is not considered a special directory, and you can add or delete files from the templates directory. This makes it possible for you to edit your templates and designs in the text editor or design program of your choice.
Safe File Extension List
The following table presents a full list of safe file extensions. These extensions identify the files you can upload to your site either through an HTML interface such as the Image Manager or via FTPS.