In this article, we will explain how to configure settings in FileZilla.
FTP serves as a useful tool for transferring data from your local computer to a web server, crucial for tasks like installing WordPress by copying the necessary files.
Follow these steps to configure settings in FileZilla:
- Connect to your FileZilla account.
- Click on “Setting” under the “Edit” option.
- In the “Connection” section, you have the ability to modify the maximum retry count in case of connection failures and the duration between each retry attempt.
- In the “FTP” section, you can choose between Active or Passive transfer modes and configure FTP proxy details as needed.
- In the “Transfers” section, you can establish the maximum number of simultaneous transfers, define limits for concurrent downloads and uploads, and optionally enable speed limits.
- From the “File Types” section, you have the option to configure the default transfer type as Auto, ASCII, or Binary.
- The “File Exists Action” section enables you to instruct FileZilla on how to handle a situation where a downloaded or uploaded file already exists.
- In the “Interface” section, you can customise your preferred theme and layout, specify the visual placement of logs, and adjust the date and time format.
- You have the option to configure your default language.
- Set your default file editor.
- Set how often Filezilla and check the updates.
- The logging section allows you to create a log.
- The Debug section is where you can specify the level of debugging.
- Click on OK.
That concludes the tutorial. You are now familiar with configuring your settings in FileZilla.