Everyone who runs a blog or has created a website in his life knows how important it is to have an FTP client in order to transfer files to a web server. Many are the choice available on the web, free and not, but today I want to show you what my personal pick was.
Photo Credit: Sachin Ghodke – Edited By Nicolo’ Canali De Rossi
FireFTP is a Firefox extension that integrates a full featured FTP client right into your browser, so that you do not have to install any other software apart from Firefox to completely manage your blog.
After you install it, I bet you will instantly fall in love with it: the interface is complete with everything you could ask from a standalone software, options will allow you to fully personalize the software behavior, from setting up the auto-refresh rate, to changing the number of simultaneous file transfers.
You can also set up multiple accounts for your websites, and decide whether to let FireFTP remember the login credentials for you, without typing them anytime you need to modify something.
FireFTP can be activated from your browser’s Tools menu, and within some instants you’ll be able to control your remote files, directly in your browser, as if it was a normal webpage.
Download Link: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/684
Official Website: http://fireftp.mozdev.org/