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How do you actually load pages on to your HTML address?
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Through an FTP server..

Basically, my website is www.evolewtion.co.uk, to upload files I either:

1. Type ftp.evolewtion.co.uk into a web browser and log in with my details then Drag the files over.

2. Download an application that makes this much easier, i.e Transmit or Fetch. Transmit is highly recommended by me !
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I use CyberDuck...pretty easy, nice little app.

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I use YummyFTP simply because I bought it in a bundle (or I got a free licence... I can't remember). I don't use FTP often enough for it to really matter, so it suits me fine.

Transmit is probably the most feature rich/professional FTP client for the Mac.
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