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Made a web site for a friends business using iWeb and have set up on iWeb using his web site name. A guy he knows is going to try and make it come up near the top when searched for ie Goolge etc. I've been asked to supply the following and need help lol.

"The information I will need will be the website ftp details ( ftp username and password aswell as host and port number if not default )."

Any ideas? Looks basic but as I've not used for a while just can't remember.
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isnt this provided by the host?
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