Need help with HTML editing , at my Music download website.

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    I recently purchase some server space and software for my Discomusic download website.
    The software that I purchased is called "easybe music shop 1-2-3."
    They sent me some "directories", inorder for me to to "FTP" upload,
    my images, and MP3 music files.But Iam still at a loss as to how to go about getting everthing uploaded properly.Can anyone offer any help?.
     
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    What is your solution?.
     
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    Boot to your primary drive and, at the C:\ prompt type:

    Format C:


    this will upload all of your music to the correct location on their server.


    JUST KIDDING. don't do that.



    do you have an FTP client application?
     
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    you have files. do you know what an FTP application is?

    if not there is work to do and you can always have others upload your files, but I suspect you'll still need an FTP app.

    who is your web host: where is your domain name hosted? or are you supposed to upload to your own computer or somewhere? do you have a web host?
     
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    Yes ,I know what the FTP application is , I have a web host.Whats next?.
     
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    You need to get your FTP application to shift the files from your computer to the web host. I don't know which FTP application you have but I use Filezilla, it's pretty easy to use, free and no spyware or malware. You will see two windows in the FTP client and in the left window you find the files on your computer that you want to move and in the right window will be the destination (the web host). You then just transfer the files from the left window to the other window.
     
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    do you need to set up a sql/mysql database?

    if so you will have to figuire more out.

    who is your web host (I ask because theye all use different control/admin software.
     
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    good stuff. but what is their level of familiarity with admin/control panels?
     
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    No idea but hopefully that will help. I suggested Filezilla because I've tried to use other ftp clients and I find that Filezilla is the easiest, well in my opinion at least.

    If there's an sql/mysql database involved then I'm outa here, I have no idea how to set them up :eek:
     

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