3/22/07
4:26 pm

How to use Safari to FTP

How to use the Safari browser to FTP files.

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Comments: 9 Responses to “How to use Safari to FTP”

    steve
    10/3/08 @ 1:52 pm

    thanks, helpful.

    1/2/09 @ 8:59 am

    […] MacMost.com has a nice tutorial on how to FTP in Safari: […]

    TG
    10/12/09 @ 8:46 pm

    That doesn’t work for me, strangely it just opens Firefox and tries the url ‘ftp://domainname.co.uk’ which then says it cannot connect – how come it opens firefox?

      10/12/09 @ 9:38 pm

      You probably have Firefox set as the application to handle FTP. I think Firefox might do that with a standard install.

    charm
    10/17/09 @ 7:12 pm

    it does not allow me to drag files over (ie. read only). how can i change this?

      10/17/09 @ 8:22 pm

      Right. You need a different program to do that. See episode 228 for an example.

    Eric
    4/14/10 @ 6:15 pm

    What a Crock, It obviously did not work for the woman in the video either!

    I tried it and it kept re-logging into our ftp and repeatedly requested a directory listing. When I tried to stop it, it just hung there forever.

    MAC’s don’t crash, they just hang indefinitely.

    /T
    7/9/10 @ 6:48 pm

    this doesn’t work because when you drag a file i get a red x. or safari tries to open it or display it. how do you ftp using safari? i don’t want to look at the files i want to upload. thanks, /T

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