Page Editing Outside LiveWhale
In October 2008, Southwestern launched a new website and along with that came some changes to locations of where web site files are stored. If you are not editing your web site with LiveWhale, you need to use file transfer protocol (FTP) to get to and change your web site's files.
Documents that make up your web pages are not copied or moved in the same way as your other documents. If you are using a web page creation/editing program such as KompoZer or Dreamweaver, you can set the Publish settings to move your documents to your web page space. You can also use other programs called a "FTP client application" to move your files to your web space (just like dragging and dropping between folders on a windows or mac computer, just from your computer to the server, in this case). There are three great FREE applications to do this - Filezilla [Mac and PC], as well as Cyberduck and Fetch for the Mac.
The Web Office is open on weekdays and available for training or consultations with Student Organizations, offices, and academic departments. Below, you'll find some answers to our most commonly asked questions. Just click a subject heading to find out more.
What is the FTP address to edit web site files for department or student organization?
Transferring files to your web space with Filezilla [Windows/Mac]
Transferring files to your web space with Fetch [Mac]
Transferring files to your web space with Cyberduck [Mac]
How to edit and transfer your files with KompoZer