When I use another FTP software, they download the files fine.
Why does it do this?
Anyone else experience this or have a fix?
I did a small test, and Using Yahoo web hosting, i went online to the server and chacked a html file, all the text and code were all together as you stated. when I viewed the file in Direct Ftp, they were spaced also,but when I downloaded it to my desktop, it was normal, did the same with Filezilla. I haven't checked yet Goadaddy, or any others, but could you maybe let us see your coded file maybe there's a reason in the coding for it to be spaced. i am also curious. Or we can wait to see if Ms Inger's suggestion will fix it.Thanks
If I use godaddy's file manager and download direct, the file is fine no matter what HTML editor I use.
If I use and FTP software, and it doesn't matter which one, download an HTML file and open it with an HTML editor, there is line spaces between every code line.
I did notice if I use FTP software, and open the file with notepad, then save it, the file will open normally and no spaces. Does this make any sense?
Also, this is a separate issue.
I use windows XP pro. I created a FTP in windows xp network window. I can view my files in my main directory fine, but if I try to go in a folder, such as images, it will not let me, keeps asking for log in over and over.
Any ideas of what I am doing wrong?
I'm using XP SP2 I.E.7 could it be a settings somewhere? internet options? i'm guessing for sure.
I set up a FTP connection in my networks folder, going through networks, add a networks place, added my hosting information and it will come up fine. I can see, download, upload, all the main directory files fine. But when I try to access the other folders it will not allow me to enter them. Even though everything has the same permissions. Any IDeas?
When I use Godaddy's built in file manager in their hosting site, I use it to upload and download. Then when I go and use my FTP program and download, now I have spaces. So I can assume Godaddy uses Binary code, which I cannot find a way to change it, and then I assume most FTP programs use Ascii?
So this is what seems to cause the issue of the line spaces.
I am wondering how I can fix all my files to be in sync now without corrupting everything.
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