How to Use FileZilla to upload file on FTP host?

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How to upload file on SERVER using FileZilla?

Please refer following steps for do it.

Step 1: Download & Install FileZilla

Step 2: Connecting to a Server

Step 3: Uploading and Downloading Files

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Step 1: Download & Install FileZilla

 Download the installer. You can download FileZilla for free from the official website. Only download the FileZilla install file from the developer’s website; copies with viruses have been found on other sites. Make sure that you download the correct installer for your operating system.
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 Step 2: Connecting to a Server

 Enter Host, Username, Password, (Port is optional) and click on quickconnect.

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After connecting to host upload your file on server.

Step 3: Uploading and Downloading Files

LEFT: This is local computer files.
RIGHT: This is HOST files & folders.

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#Uploading files & Downloading:

   Method-1: Simply select files from LEFT and drop them on RIGHT to upload/download them on host.
   Method-2: Select files from left right click on them & choose upload/download like this.
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How to release product versions tags on Github?

# View Tags

$ git tag
v0.1
v1.3

# Create a tag for product version release.

$ git tag

# Push the tags.

git push origin --tags

# Get the list of only 1.5.* releases.

$ git tag -l "v1.2*"
v1.2
v1.2-1
v1.2-2
v1.2.3

More more details visit https://git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Git-Basics-Tagging

Since 9/11

Jen Mylo, On Hiatus

On September 11, 2001, I was living in Vermont without a tv, and was splitting my morning between working on a website I was building as a freelancer and working on a shooting schedule for an independent film I was getting ready to produce. I got a call from Melissa, a costume designer that I had become friends with and who was working on the film planning with me, and she told me that a plane had flown into the World Trade Center. I was pretty sure she’d gotten it wrong — she had a tendency toward confusion — but a google search later I was heading to her house to watch.

19 hijackers killed 2,977 people. That number includes 343 fire fighters and 72 law enforcement officers.

We (and at this point it becomes a very loose “we” as I did not support the decision or wave a flag at…

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The Scientifically Proven Best Time to Think and Write Creatively

Do you know when the best time to write is? Is it morning, afternoon, or evening?

Just like you, I was curious, so I decided to do a bit of research. The answer I found shocked me.

The Scientifically Proven Best Time to Think and Write Creatively
Courtesy of: Quick Sprout

Dashicons icon icon font list for the WordPress admin Dashboard

Wordpress Dashboard Iconfont “Dashicons” List

ICON LIST

Admin Menu

Welcome Screen

Post Formats

Media

Image Editing

Tinymce

Posts

Sorting

Social

WPorg specific icons: Jobs, Profiles, WordCamps

internal/products

Taxonomies

Widgets

Alerts/Notifications/Flags

Misc/Cpt

Show instructions

Photoshop Usage

Use the .OTF version of the font for Photoshop mockups, the web-font versions won’t work. For most accurate results, pick the “Sharp” font smoothing.

CSS Usage

Link the stylesheet:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="css/dashicons.css">

Now add the icons using the :before selector. You can insert the Star icon like this:

.myicon:before {
content: “\2605”;<br />
display: inline-block;<br />
-webkit-font-smoothing: antialiased;<br />
font: normal 20px/1 ‘dashicons’;<br />
vertical-align: top;
}

Source: http://melchoyce.github.io/dashicons/