Using SFTP Upload to Add Files to Your Site
In order to build a website with WordPress you may need to upload files to your website securely. You can upload files to your Pressable websites via SFTP (Secure Transfer Protocol).
In order to get started you will need an SFTP client. The two we recommend are:
- Cyberduck ( MacOS and Windows ) — Full Setup Guide
- FileZilla ( Linux, MacOS, and Windows ) — Full Setup Guide
Obtain Your SFTP Credentials
You will need FTP access through Pressable SFTP tools to find your credential details in the MyPressable Portal. To start, click the site’s name or the settings icon for which you would like the details on the Sites page.
Next, navigate to the Collaborators | SFTP | SSH tab to find your details. You can click the “refresh” icon in the SFTP Password section to update the password. Make sure to save this password securely for future use as it is not displayed after initial creation.
Connecting to Your Website
We have step-by-step guides for connecting with Cyberduck and FileZilla.
If you’re not using one of these clients, here are the basic settings you’ll need:
- Host: sftp.pressable.com
- Port: 22
- Protocol: SFTP – SSH File Transfer Protocol
- Logon Type: Normal
- User: your SFTP username
- Password: your SFTP password
If you’re having trouble with your client or have additional questions contact our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org.