How To Send Files to Atlanta Web Design GA LLC

When you have many photos or documents to send to Atlanta Web Design GA, you can send them to us with FTP (file transfer protocol). You can send using your web browser. If you have many photos you will be always sending to your website consider downloading a free FTP program like FileZilla.

You'll need to know our FTP address:

FTP Address: 97.74.144.107
User: atlantawebsite
Password: Atl1919

  • To send files from a MAC instructions are at page bottom.
  • To send files from Windows, choose the directions for your version of Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7.

How to FTP with Windows XP

You will Create a New Network Place, then you can drag and drop (or copy and paste) your files there, and they are sent over the Internet to us.
  1. Click Start, click Control Panel, and then click Network and Internet Connections.
  2. Under See Also, click My Network Places.
  3. Click Add a network place. The Add Network Place Wizard starts.
  4. Click Next to continue.
  5. Click Choose another network location, and then click Next.
  6. In the Internet or network address box, type: ftp://97.74.144.107
  7. Click Next.
  8. In the Type a name for this network place box, type AtlantaWebDesignGA then click Next.
  9. Click Finish.
  10. While connected to the Internet, click on the Network Place called AtlantaWebDesignGA to open a window to the AtlantaWebDesignGA server. Note: The first time you click the shortcut, you will be prompted to enter a user name and password (click the "remember" box so you won't have to enter this next time).
    • User: atlantawebsite
    • Password: Atl1919
  11. Now drag and drop (or copy and paste) your photos or files from your local PC folder into the Network Place called AtlantaWebDesignGA

How to FTP with Windows Vista

To create a shortcut to open an FTP site in Windows Explorer
  1. Open Computer by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Computer.
  2. Right-click anywhere in the folder, and then click Add a Network Location.
  3. In the wizard, select Choose a custom network location, and then click Next.
  4. Enter the name of the FTP site, with the full FTP:// in front of it, and then click Next.
  5. To use a name and password, clear the Log on anonymously check box. Type the user name which is atlantawebsite, password is Atl1919 and then click Next.
  6. To have the FTP site open when you're done setting up the shortcut, just click Next. If you do not want the FTP site to open after you're done setting up the shortcut, clear the Open this network location when I click Finish check box. Click Finish.
  7. A shortcut to the FTP site appears in the Computer folder. You can drag that shortcut to your desktop so that it's easy to find later.
  8. While you are connected to the Internet, click the shortcut to open a window to the AtlantaWebDesignGA server. Note: The first time you click the shortcut, you will be prompted to enter a user name and password (click the "remember" box so you won't have to enter this next time).
    • User: atlantawebsite
    • Password: Atl1919
  9. Now drag and drop (or copy and paste) your photos or files from your local PC folder into the window open to the FTP site at AtlantaWebDesignGA.

How to FTP with Windows 7

To create a shortcut to open an FTP site in Windows Explorer
  1. Open Computer by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Computer.
  2. Right-click anywhere in the folder, and then click Add a Network Location.
  3. This displays the Add Network Connection wizard. Click Next.
  4. In the wizard, select Choose a custom network location, and then click Next.
  5. Enter the name of the FTP site as ftp://97.74.144.107 and then click Next.
  6. To use a name and password, clear the Log on anonymously check box. Type the user name which is atlantawebsite, password is Atl1919 and then click Next.
  7. By default, the name of the shortcut is the same as the FTP address. If you want to give the shortcut a different name, type it in the Type a name for this network location box. Click Next.
  8. If you do not want the FTP site to open after you're done setting up the shortcut, clear the Open this network location when I click Finish check box. Click Finish. A shortcut to the FTP site appears in the Computer folder. You can drag that shortcut to your desktop so that it's easy to find later.
  9. While you are connected to the Internet, click the shortcut to open a window to the AtlantaWebDesignGA server. Note: The first time you click the shortcut, you will be prompted to enter a user name and password (click the "remember" box so you won't have to enter this next time).
    • User: atlantawebsite
    • Password: Atl1919
  10. Now drag and drop (or copy and paste) your photos or files from your local PC folder into the window open to the FTP site at AtlantaWebDesignGA.

How to FTP with an Apple MAC

Mac OS 10.2 or later has built in FTP capabilities. To use this feature:
  1. From Finder, select Connect to Server from the Go menu.
  2. Type ftp://97.74.144.107 in the Address field at the bottom of the Connect to Server window.
  3. Click Connect.
  4. Enter the username and password:
    • User: atlantawebsite
    • Password: Atl1919
  5. The FTP server on the MAC desktop may now be treated like any other disk on the computer. You can use "Find" to search and view it in a standard Mac OS directory window. When you wish to copy files from it to your computer, you can just drag a file from the FTP server directory window to your hard drive, or from your MAC to the FTP server.
  6. When you're done, you eject the disk by either control+clicking on it and selecting Eject from the pop-up menu, or highlighting the FTP server icon on your desktop, going to the "File" menu in the Finder, and choosing Eject.