How to Upload a Website to GoDaddy – Chron

Go Daddy provides a hosting service that you can use to build your business’ website. After you finish coding your website, you must upload the files and images to the Go Daddy server. You can use the built-in File Manager on the Go Daddy account website to browse and upload files to the hosting server. Once you’ve uploaded your website to the server, your pages and files are available for the public to view and access.
Launch a Web browser, navigate to your Go Daddy account and log in.
Click the “Web Hosting” link and click “Launch” under the domain name of your hosting account. You will see the Hosting Control Center, which allows you to view and edit files on the Go Daddy hosting server.
Click “FTP File Manager” in the Tools section of the Control Panel.
Click a folder name in the folder tree to select the folder where you want to upload your website files.
Click “Upload” from the menu bar to browse your computer for website files.
Double-click a file in the browsing window to select it. You can also hold the “Ctrl” key and select multiple files, and then click “Open.”
Click “Upload” to transfer your website files to the Go Daddy hosting server.
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Erin McManaway holds a B.A. in professional writing from Francis Marion University, where she earned the Richard B. Larsen Memorial Award for Business and Technical Writing. She has worked in materials development, media and information technology in the nonprofit sector since 2006. McManaway has also been a writer and editor since 2008.
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