9 Go to and right click on the file called

9 go to and right click on the file called

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9. Go to: and right-click on the file called picturepage.html and select "Save link as" (or "Save target as") and save it to cs1033/lab01 on your memory stick. 10. Right-click on the file called lab01.docx and select "Save link as" (or "Save target as") and save it to cs1033/lab01 on your memory stick. 11. Right-click on the file called lab01.pdf and select "Save link as" (or "Save target as") and save it to cs1033/lab01 on your memory stick. 12. Using a browser such as Chrome, Firefox, or Edge, open the following website: 13. Right-click on the file called middlesex.jpg and select "Save link as" (or "Save target as") and save it to cs1033/lab01/images on your memory stick. 14. Right-click on the file called ucc.jpg and select "Save link as" (or "Save target as") and save it to cs1033/lab01/images on your memory stick. Note: the 2 image files should be in the images sub-folder while the other 3 documents should be in lab01 , not in images .
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8 Activity 3 Connecting to Panther via FTP/SFTP You are now going to learn how to use SFTP to connect to the Western server called Panther to upload files to the Internet. Since Panther is a remote server, you must use a SFTP program such as WinSCP (or FileZilla or Fugu) to connect and copy files onto Panther. In the first activity, when you did "Activate my Personal Web Site", you created a "publish area" (a folder called public_html) this is where you upload files to be accessible on the Internet by others. 1. Open WinSCP (either click on this icon OR click the Search Windows icon and type "WinSCP" to find it). 2. The WinSCP login window should pop up in front of the rest of the program. You must log in to a server before you can do anything else. 3. Enter sftp.uwo.ca in the Host name box. 4. Enter 22 in the Port number box. 5. Enter your own Western username in the User name box. 6. Enter your own Western password in the Password box. 7. Then click the Login button.
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9 8. Don't worry if you see a pop-up window or two about Authentication. Just click Yes or Continue. 9. If you entered these credentials correctly, it should connect to your Panther space now. The screen is split into two panels: The left panel is your local computer side (or your memory stick if you navigate to it). We call this the Local side . The right panel is the Panther server side and we call this the Remote side . Important notes: Any files you upload to the remote side could potentially be viewed by anybody if they know the website address or find it through Google! There may be times when you won't see your files on either side of the panels after you have uploaded. If this is the case, you can always refresh the panel by clicking the little icon of two green arrows. Be careful not to delete files on the left panel since that is your local drive. You may have to delete and re-upload files to the right panel if you make changes to a website file, etc. but make sure you do not delete from the left panel or it will be permanently gone!
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