FTP* Program for Web Designers
File transfer is a major element of web design. To make that work efficiently, web designers need an easy-to-use FTP client. SecureFX® has the capabilities and features to simplify and secure file transfers between local machines and web servers.
Easy-to-Use FTP Program
SecureFX is a GUI-based FTP program. The user-friendly interface allows you to:
- Establish a connection with a target server with a single mouse click. SecureFX's multi-platform and multi-protocol support makes it compatible with many different servers.
- Easily select files and initiate transfers between applications like Windows Explorer or another native browser with drag and drop.
- Monitor progress and manage multiple file transfer operations in the Transfer Queue.
SecureFX provides support for a number of secure file transfer protocols as well as legacy (plain-text) FTP, making it the only client application you need for your file transfer operations.
FTP Client Features for Increased Efficiency
SecureFX gives web designers the tools they need to make recurrent file transfer operations more efficient.
- Advanced site synchronization options allow you to select direction of file transfer (e.g., upload only, download only, mirror local, mirror remote) and support wildcard filters.
- SFXCL command line feature (available for Windows only) allows you to create batch scripts to perform unattended file transfers.
SecureFX is the ideal FTP program for web designers. The user-friendly interface makes common functions intuitive; advanced features allow you to save settings and automate recurrent operations to make file transfers more efficient; and multi-protocol support enables a number of options for protection of data being transferred. Download VanDyke Software's FTP client program for a free 30-day evaluation.
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*The term "FTP" is used on this page as an abbreviated way to refer to file transfer operations in general, not the legacy File Transfer Protocol specified in RFC 959.