Simple question about images

Hi everyone -

Just a simple question.

Where do I upload the images that I wish to use on my Radiant site?
At the moment they are all stored in a folder called images.

Do I upload these to the radiant folder on my hosting server or the
folder that I sym-linked it to?

Many thanks,

Oliver C.

On 4/28/07, Oliver C. [email protected] wrote:

Where do I upload the images that I wish to use on my Radiant site?
At the moment they are all stored in a folder called images.

You upload them to your-radiant-instance/public/images/

On Linux, you can use scp on the command line:

scp images/* [email protected]:myapp/public/images/

On Windows, WinSCP is a great GUI for that.

On OS X there is also some fancy GUI, for sure.

Transmit is very nice, but costs money.

Sean

On Apr 27, 2007, at 7:10 PM, Mislav Marohnić wrote:

On Linux, you can use scp on the command line:

scp images/* [email protected]:myapp/public/images/

On OS X there is also some fancy GUI, for sure.

OS X has no built-in GUI for it, despite having SSH built-in. You
can open Terminal.app and use the command you gave for Linux, or use
Cyberduck (cyberduck.ch) for a GUI.

~~ Brian

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