3/22/074:26 pm How to use Safari to FTP How to use the Safari browser to FTP files. (Video Not Available)Check out How to use Safari to FTP at YouTube for closed captioning and more options. Video transcript available soon. Related Video Tutorials: 50 Mac Safari Shortcuts ― Which Browser Is Better On Mac: Safari Or Chrome? Comments: 9 Responses to “How to use Safari to FTP” steve 12 years ago thanks, helpful. FTP - free or low-cost solutions for getting your files where they belong | At Your Service Cincinnati, Ltd. 12 years ago […] MacMost.com has a nice tutorial on how to FTP in Safari: […] TG 11 years ago 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? Gary Rosenzweig 11 years ago You probably have Firefox set as the application to handle FTP. I think Firefox might do that with a standard install. charm 11 years ago it does not allow me to drag files over (ie. read only). how can i change this? Gary Rosenzweig 11 years ago Right. You need a different program to do that. See episode 228 for an example. Eric 11 years ago 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 11 years ago 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 Gary Rosenzweig 11 years ago You can’t upload this way, only download. See episode 228 (http://macmost.com/ftp-with-cyberduck.html) for an example of a program you can use to upload. Comments Closed.