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    2     "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
    3 <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
    4 <head>
    5 <meta content="HTML Tidy for Linux/x86 (vers 1st March 2003), see www.w3.org"
    6       name="generator" />
    7 <title>Upload Your Image to a Remote Server</title>
    8 <link rel="StyleSheet" href="style/magick.css" type="text/css" />
    9 </head>
   10 <body bgcolor="#FFFFFF" text="#000000" link="#0085C0"
   11 vlink="#800080" alink="#0085C0">
   12 <center><img src="images/magick.png" align="bottom" width="114"
   13 height="113" /></center>
   14 <hr />
   15 <p>You can copy your image from this site to a remote server. You
   16 will need to specify the remote server and account information as
   17 described here.</p>
   18 <dl>
   19 <dd>
   20 <dl>
   21 <dt><b>FTP server name</b></dt>
   22 <dd>The domain name of the web server you wish to upload to. Please
   23 note that free homepage services generally use different domain
   24 name for their FTP service other than the normal WWW server. For
   25 instance, the one GeoCities uses for FTP is
   26 <tt>ftp.geocities.com</tt>, not <tt>www.geocities.com</tt>.</dd><br />
   27 <dd>If the target FTP server you are uploading to is using a
   28 non-standard FTP port number (default is 21), you will need to
   29 specify it explicitly. The way to do that is placing a colon
   30 (<tt>:</tt>) after the FTP domain name, followed by the special
   31 port number. For example: <tt>ftp.somewhere.com:1500</tt>.</dd><br />
   32 <dt><b>Account Name</b></dt>
   33 <dd>You need to specify your account name in the FTP server. On
   34 some FTP servers like GeoCities, you need to specify your real
   35 member account name. On other servers using anonymous account, you
   36 just type <tt>anonymous</tt>. Please check their FTP upload
   37 information page for sure.</dd><br />
   38 <dt><b>Account password</b></dt>
   39 <dd>Type in your password for the account name so that the system
   40 can use the FTP to upload data for you. The typed-in password will
   41 not be kept in any record for security reasons, and to protect both
   42 you (the user of this service) and me (the owner of this service).
   43 On servers using anonymous account, you can just type your username
   44 and domain name. For example, <tt>jane@nowhere.org</tt>.</dd><br />
   45 <dt><b>Upload directory</b></dt>
   46 <dd>This is only for those servers which require you to type the
   47 upload directory address, eg: <tt>/members/jane</tt>. For some
   48 servers such as GeoCities this is not required because the actual
   49 upload directory is automatically resolved by the account name, but
   50 GeoCities is now capable of an exact address uploading, you'd
   51 better still give it your address so that it can upload directly to
   52 where you want much faster, for instance
   53 <tt>/SiliconValley/Lab/1000</tt>.</dd><br />
   54 <dt><b>Filename</b></dt>
   55 <dd>You can specify a new name for the file to upload to your site.
   56 Otherwise the file will be uploaded with its original name. Do not
   57 specify any slash (<tt>/</tt>) or space in this
   58 field.</dd><br /></dl></dd><br /></dl>
   59 <hr />
   60 <p>
   61 <a href="scripts/MagickStudio.cgi/?Action=mogrify&amp;ToolType=Comment&amp;SessionID=null&amp;Path=null"
   62    target="Comment"><img alt="[comment]" src="images/mail.png"
   63    border="0" /></a></p>
   64 </body>
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