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how to upload mutlipress to wordpress

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  1. kitty808

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    i have wordpress downloaded on to my computer, and it says i need to upload the files (multipress) in binary mode, if im not using a ftp, how do i upload these files in binary mode to wordpress? or is there another way? plz help, and thanks:)
     
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    • A command line version of FTP comes with Windows.
    • Open a command prompt.
    • Using cd, navigate to where your jpg is. For example, if your jpg
    is in C:\MyWebsite\exampleImages,


    • type
    cd C:\MyWebsite\MyImages

    • have a command prompt:
    C:\MyWebsite\MyImages>


    • Type
    ftp www.examplewebsite.com

    and press Enter.

    • asking for your login name. Type it in and
    press Enter.
    • then ask for your password. Type it in and
    press Enter.

    • If your login is successful, you will now have an FTP prompt that
    looks like this:
    ftp>

    • Type
    pwd

    • and press Enter. The server will show the current directory. Use cd to
    navigate to the directory where your jpg goes. Be aware that you may
    need to use slashes instead of backslashes as directory separators,
    depending on your web server OS.

    • Type
    bin

    • and press Enter. This tells ftp to transfer the file using binary
    mode. Binary mode basically tells ftp not to mess with your file, but
    just to transfer it exactly as is.

    • Type
    send yourpic.jpg
    and press Enter. FTP will transfer your file.

    • When it's done, type
    bye