Upload Your Work                
     
  If you are already familiar with FileZilla, then there is no need to go through these instructions, but please do register with us.  
  As of April 2018, the only way you can upload your files is to be accepted as a Talent Contributor.   
 
 
 
         
  This page is meant to show you how to install and use FileZilla to upload your work.  
  These instructions will give you what you'll need to upload your work into your personal  
  folder after we give you the Username and Password. Then you'll be able to upload, delete,   
  and do just about anything that you'd like to do to promote and possibly, we hope, sell your  
  talent. We will not require you to sign a contract or have any part in the money you earn.  
  It is up to you to use your free space as well as you can. We cannot offer you any help  
  in designing your space. As you'll see, you'll probably will just need to know how to upload  
  your work and that is what this page is all about.   
  For now, do not upload anything that is important to you or private because anyone can look at it. Do not look at someone   
  else's work because they may have accidentally also uploaded a virus and that virus would go onto your computer.   
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  Let's get started:  
  First click on FileZilla below. Then download and install the Client only, not the server.    
  If you are not using Windows 32 bit, click on "Show additional download options."    
       
       
       
       
  Once FileZilla is installed, open it and you'll see this, but the Host and Username will be blank.    
       
     
       
     
       
       
               
  Enter this information in those blank boxes:            
  In the Host box enter:        TheMostTalented.com    
  In the Username put:         uploadarea.TheMostTalented.com    
  Password for everyone:    Upload4free!    
  Then click on Quickconnect. Do not enter the Port number.      
         
  When I first used FileZilla I thought that it was one of the most complicated programs I ever used and this is coming from       
  someone who has earned a bachelor's degree in Computer Information Science from Brooklyn College. With perseverance I finally learned how to use it.      
  Nowadays I would find it difficult not to have it. And it's still free, at least as of April 24, 2018 it is.      
         
  After installing and opening it you'll get something like this:  
   
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
  Your computer's files are on the left. That's where you will upload files from to the uploadarea folder on the right.   
  On the right side, we suggest that you create a folder for yourself. Anywhere in the white space under "Filename," right-click, then click on "Create directory," and then give it a name. Any name with which you are comfortable using, is okay with us. No profanity though.  
  Just to see how it all works, simply drag any file or files to the right and into the uploadarea folder area or one you create inside uploadarea.   
  In this free uploadarea I will delete your files or folders often because this is meant to be a practice for you to use FileZilla.  
  Once you receive an email from us saying that you have been accepted as a talent contributor, you will be able to have your own folder and password that only you may use. Outside of the cost of two postage stamps, it's free.   
  I'll tell you more about that later.  
  Again, for now, do not upload anything that is important to you or private because anyone can look at it. Do not look at someone else's work because they may have accidentally also uploaded a virus and that virus would go onto your computer.   
     
  To open your file on the right, right-click on that file and select "View/Edit."   
  FileZilla is unforgiving so if you delete a file, it's gone forever.   
  If you drag it to another folder, it gets moved and not copied.   
 
  Keep in mind that FileZilla is free. You shouldn't complain.  
  I used FastStone Capture to capture the images above. It can be downloaded from:  
  http://www.faststone.org/index.htm  
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