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I'm working on a big website right now and I don't have the option of working on local server right now. From the place I'm working, FTP is blocked. I need some way so that I can conveniently upload my files to my server. My site's got a CPanel, but that's really slow and frustating.

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Do you have ssh access? – terdon Dec 7 '12 at 13:35
    
WebDav sucks, but this is exactly what its for. will your server allow it? – Frank Thomas Dec 7 '12 at 13:40

You could use

  • Dropbox
  • Skype/MSN file transfer (if you are on a VPS or Dedicated and have rights to install software)
  • Teamviewer / GoToMy PC file transfer (if you are on a VPS or Dedicated and have rights to install software)
  • Email (may be very slow but will work)
  • Frontpage extensions.
    You could write a small program which allows you to upload files to your server. Your interface could easily contain a text box which would allow you to specify where on the machine it is to be saved?
  • RDP to a location where it is not blocked. Use one of the methods above to get it to another machine which can then FTP across.
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