Method 1 is the prefered method and it is particularly convenient if you have only one or two manuals to upload at a time. I like it better because it makes my job easier to manage the manuals, and it creates an entry in the upload log automatically. While your identity (and email) are not displayed in the clear, it is easy for you to recognize your own uploads.
Method 2 or 3 are easier if you have a large number of files to upload, either a number of manuals, or a manual in many individual gif or jpg files for instance.
If you use method 2 or 3, please send me an email (see link below) when you have uploaded something so I can move it with the other manuals. Method 1 notifies me automatically, so a separate email is not necessary.
Manuals uploaded using method #2 or #3 do not show up in the upload log.
When using either method, your files will show up in the Recent Upload directory, but they won't be available for download from there. This is normal. I prefer to be able to check the manuals for corruption and to make sure they are what they purport to be before placing them in the general area.
Manuals uploaded using method #1 with not show up in the ftp upload directory either. You can see what files have been uploaded through the Manuals page using the Recent Upload folder of the main Manuals page.
Thank you in advance.
You will need the following login and password to upload, so make a note of them now:
This method only allows you to transfer one file at a time. If you have a large number of files to upload, zip your files into a single archive, or use one of the FTP transfer methods listed below.
There is no built-in file size limit, I have uploaded a 68MB manual this way for testing.
If you use Internet Explorer 6.0, click on this link ftp://email@example.com
use the following credentials:
in lower case (it is case sensitive).
Then when the page loads, click on Page->Open FTP Site in Windows Explorer (in the toolbar at the top, to the right side of the page) then enter login and password again.
This will open my site in an Explorer window. From that point you can simply drag and drop from/to the Explorer window. You can also set it as a Favorite if you think you might return.
If you use Internet Explorer 8.0, of course the procedure is different. Microsoft had to change something, probably to make it "more convenient", so now after clicking on the link above, you have to enter the login and password. Use the same login as method #3.
Point the ftp client to ftp.ko4bb.com, enter login info as follows: