FTPPro looks and feels just like Windows Explorer, except you can also transfer files to and from FTP sites. The Website Access Log Viewer is included, so you can see everyone that visits your websites (and your MySpace webpages).
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Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: FTPPro is a Windows program that looks and feels just like Windows Explorer, except you can also transfer files to and from FTP sites. The Website Access Log Viewer is included, so you can see everyone that visits your websites (and your MySpace webpages).
Since 1995, FTPPro has been the easiest way to manage files on the internet:
Easy To Use: You won't have to learn any new commands. Simply drag files from your local computer to the remote server.
Copy Nested Folders: Unlike other FTP programs, you won't have to perform a directory transfer in multiple steps. All of the files and folders contained in any directory can be Copied or Deleted in just one operation.
Set File Attributes: FTPPro allows you to do what Windows Explorer does not. With FTPPro, you can set File Permissions on a Linux FTP site.
The Website Access Log Viewer includes the following features:
Search Multiple Domains: The program can search through Access Logs for all the domains that you host, in just one step.
Search by Any Criteria: For example, you can search for an IP Address, to see all the webpages that someone has visited.
Who Has Visited Your MySpace Page? Many websites allow you to place a link to an image that is stored on your website. You can then search your Access Log Entries for that image filename, to see who has visited that webpage.
Are Your Ads Working? By adding a parameter to the URL that points to your website, you can see how many hits you are receiving from a particular source.
Display Locations for IP Addresses: City, State, Zip Code, and Country can be retrieved for any IP Address.
Sort the Access Log Entries: The entries can be sorted by 8 different fields.
U.N. Web Site Viewers Strongly Prefer English The vast majority of visitors tothe U.N. Web site look at English-language pages, andrelatively few call up Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian orSpanish pages, the United Nations said on Thursday.