As soon as a file is uploaded to the web server, it is available for all to see. If, after uploading a file, you are
still unable to see the updated file via Netscape, you need to hit the Reload button in the Netscape button bar.
Remember that you must first be connected to the Internet through your local Internet service provider in
order to connect to the web server.
Anonymous FTP Setup
Your anonymous FTP site is completely different from your website. When people FTP to your domain
anonymously, they will see the following directories:
"Pub" is where you should put all your anonymously accessible files. "Incoming" is for the anonymous users
to upload files. You are responsible for any "pirated" software uploaded by the anonymous users. The
anonymous FTP sites will be periodically monitored for any abuses. You may ignore the other directories
(bin, dev, etc, and lib).
You may tell your visitors that they can visit your anonymous FTP site by typing "yourdomain.com" as the
hostname, "anonymous" as their username, and their complete email address as the password.
To access the anonymous FTP site via the web, use the following address: