FTP is a way for you to take files from your computer and upload them to another computer, usually a web server. For those who don't know how to change this, just type about: You should be able to click on the menu icon, then click customize, then drag the fireftp button from the list of buttons to wherever you want it. Generate Hashes are used when you want to verify that a file is a bit-for-bit match of the file at the location you originally downloaded it from. Please ask a new question if you need help.
If an error occurs, a dialog will pop-up telling you so. For most purposes, Binary Mode is just fine.
It's just what it says, really - if you check this box, in the "Size" columns, the number will be in Bytes , and not in Kilobytes. QuickConnect allows you to make a temporary account for an FTP server that you wish to connect to.
Other clients are not supported as of now. Checking a certificate is like checking the site's ID - it makes sure that they are who they say they are.
Support Forum. In FireFTP's case the 'binary' code is the source code.
Passive Mode is way to specify how to talk to an FTP server. And optionally I can add Arguments, but for most users and most cases it's enough to leave that box alone.
The reason that this has to be separate from just regular "Properties" in FireFTP for now is because doing something like this can be a bit time consuming and hard for the computer to do depending on if there are a lot of things that a folder contains.
For most users, it is recommended to leave this unchecked. The latest version can be found here: Then you could act as a client and download files.How to Upload to FTP in Firefox
Here are my two questions: So, the transition is already in progress to switch to a new numbering system which is called IPv6.
While I am continually trying to improve the program, I realize that there are limits to what my program can do. The choice is yours and is a matter of, uh, preference.