FileZilla and Magento

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FileZilla and Magento

#1 Post by snarres » 2015-04-16 15:02

I'm currently working on the new design. Will fileZilla be a good choice instead of Cyberduck, which I use at the moment? Cyberduck seems a little slow to me, but I'm not sure it will improve with FileZilla. Any suggestions?
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Re: FileZilla and Magento

#2 Post by boco » 2015-04-16 22:06

Try it, nothing to lose. FileZilla tends to be faster than most FTP clients, but it is also very strict. Servers that don't follow the FTP standards correctly might not work with it.
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#3 Post by zillawallace » 2015-04-17 13:37

hate cyberduck to be honest

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Re: FileZilla and Magento

#4 Post by minstudenterkorsel » 2015-05-28 09:59

Hey snarres

I always use FileZilla for magento webshops, it has a better overview over the folders and files.
Very importen for me, when you switch between the app folder and skin folder all the time.
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