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How to ftp updated file to server?

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I was able to download file, edit, and save on my (XP) computer. Can't get my edited file back to my server.

'''I was able to download file, edit, and save on my (XP) computer. Can't get my edited file back to my server.'''

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Firefox does not contain a built-in FTP client. However, there is an add-on for that if you prefer to use your browser for this (instead of a stand-alone application):

https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/fireftp/

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See also:

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I want to FTP an updated file from my Windows XP computer.

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Hi MagJack, cor-el listed a stand-alone FTP program, and I listed a Firefox add-on. You could use either of those to FTP the file back to the server.

Is there a different way that you prefer to do it? You could use Internet Explorer if that worked for you before.

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My web page was done by others years ago; I have lost contact with them. All this http is new to me. I have Windows XP and that may be my problem. I tried the FireFox add-on and it appeared to work but, when I checked, no change. The stand-alone wasn't supported with XP, so I didn't download it. I'm not looking for a preference, I just want to be able to make a simple change on one page every year or so. I design big industrial magnets. I have no desire to design web sites; I just want to make a little change. (Am I whining?) Jack at Magnetic-Engineering.Com (MagJack)

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When you check whether the page changed, try reloading using Ctrl+Shift+r in case Firefox is showing you the version it previously cached. Or test in a browser that hasn't seen the page recently. If still no change, then the old page was not replaced successfully.