I have tried this procedure with Smart FTP but I cannot get it to work. I
cannot login. Any thoughts ?? I have re-entered my username and password
multiple time to be sure they were correct.
> >I am leery of the downloads that Comcast tries to download when I try to
> >access my web space and file locker. Is it possible to use my own FTP
> >software to upload web pages and files?
> >If so, how would I go about doing it? All help appreciated.... Paul
> Here's some information that I was able to gather together that helped
> me to upload my webpages without installing any Comcast software.
> Ken (seeker42)
> To create web pages with your FTP program:
> Start your FTP program (WS, SmartFTP, etc.).
> Enter mywebpages.comcast.net for the URL or server name.
> Enter your login name and password.
> password: E-mail address password
> After login you will see:
> One master folder.
> Inside the master are at least two more:
> myfilelocker &
> If you create other personalities or email accounts, all of the
> accounts' web and file space is ALSO inside the master folder just
> mentioned. So that even if you create 5 sub accounts, they are all
> inside the master folder, and your subscription's 25 mb storage space is
> what is ultimately available for all your accounts, *combined*.
> The folder called myfilelocker is only accessible to you or anyone with
> your password. The other folder, called mywebpages, because it's *meant*
> to put up a publicly-accessible web page, is a public folder and anyone
> can access it anytime.
> Open the mywebpages folder and upload your files there. Their address
> would then be mywebpages.comcast.net/mainaccountname/file.jpg. If you
> click on a folder for an additional email account, you will, again, see
> the folders myfilelocker and mywebpages. If you upload to the mywebpages
> folder in the additional account, that address would be
> If you did not install any Comcast software at all some of these folders
> may not exist & may need to be created.