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FTP Instructions

Note: you may want to print a copy of these instructions using your browser's File>Print function before proceeding.

Step 1

Click here: ftp://ftp.sandiegomagazine.com

You should get a login prompt:

Step 2

At the FileMan Login screen, type in the username and password, then click on the Login button.

Username: sdads
Password: Digital~Surf

Step 3

When you see the list of files on the “Index of” page, click on the Upload File button, indicated below in red. Or drag and drop onto the window.

Step 4

On the Upload files screen, click on the Browse button for each file you wish to upload. The maximum total file size you can upload for all files is 1 Gigabyte (or 1000 Megabytes). We strongly recommend that all files are “stuffed” using StuffIt Deluxe (www.stuffit.com) before uploading.

Step 5

Once you have selected your files, click on the check-box next to show the progress bar, then click the Upload button.

 

Progress bar showing upload status

Once the file is uploaded, the file list refreshes, and should now show your uploaded file. To upload more files, repeat steps 3 to 5.

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