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I just bought rapidweaver for my school club website. I was searching around for web hosting services and I couldn't tell if rapidweaver would be able to edit the sites. Does anybody know of any web hosting sites that have ftp so that rapidweaver can edit them?
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what do you mean?
You make your site, upload it using ftp to your host, when you want to make changes just open RW, make the changes, and publish it again.....
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Actually, just about any web hosting company will offer FTP as a means to maintain your site. RapidWeaver is designed to use standards so it can be used just about everywhere, and FTP (file transfer protocol) is the standard way of uploading files in the web hosting industry.

We have instructions for using RapidWeaver with our services in our knowledgebase:

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I think he meant free hosting ...

if so, then I would recommend the following as they offer completely free hosting with FTP access and enough webspace for small sized websites ...

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