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 FTP is an important tool to administrate your webspace. Typically your provider has set up an FTP server on the webserver and gives you the necessary account settings to connect to this server from your PC with the help of an FTP client. You can use your FTP client to upload and download files, e.g. to transfer them between your PC and the webserver. Additionally you can create and delete folders, set [[filesystem permissions]] etc. It's all very similar to the filemanager of your PC (e.g. Windows Explorer). FTP is an important tool to administrate your webspace. Typically your provider has set up an FTP server on the webserver and gives you the necessary account settings to connect to this server from your PC with the help of an FTP client. You can use your FTP client to upload and download files, e.g. to transfer them between your PC and the webserver. Additionally you can create and delete folders, set [[filesystem permissions]] etc. It's all very similar to the filemanager of your PC (e.g. Windows Explorer).
  
-If you want to install CMSimple_XH and/or extensions, you have to install an FTP client on your PC and have a working knowledge of how to use it. If you don't know which FTP client to install, you might consider [[http://​filezilla-project.org/​|FileZilla]].+If you want to install CMSimple_XH and/​or ​[[extensions]], you have to install an FTP client on your PC and have a working knowledge of how to use it. If you don't know which FTP client to install, you might consider [[http://​filezilla-project.org/​|FileZilla]].
 
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