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Chapter 2. Making a Site Connection > Preparing to Connect

Preparing to Connect

Contribute can connect to your Web server in four ways. The most common connection, called FTP (see the sidebar “What’s FTP, SFTP, and WebDAV?”), is used when your server resides on the Internet or on your company’s intranet. Another way to connect is called SFTP, for Secure FTP. The third way to connect is over your company’s local area network (LAN). And finally, new to Contribute 3, you can connect via a protocol called WebDAV.

Before you begin creating a site connection, you need to ask your network administrator for some information about the Web server you’re using. You will need:


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