Dave's Bulk Uploader

 
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stephanie simpson
Sun Nov 26, 17
1:50 PM
What program can I use to bulk upload to my website? Now that Dave's bulk uploader no longer works I am having to upload my photos one by one.
Tim - PicturesPro.com
admin
Mon Nov 27, 17
9:39 AM
You will have to use a FTP program to upload photos
http://www.picturespro.com/manuals/photo-cart-7/UploadingPhotos.html
 
 
 
 
 
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stephanie simpson
Mon Nov 27, 17
4:29 PM
Ok I got Filezilla, do you know where I would find my port number? I'm sorry to bother you but I have no idea what that is.
Tim - PicturesPro.com
admin
Tue Nov 28, 17
10:18 AM
You can probably just leave the port blank. But if you need it, you will have to ask your hosting company.
 
 
 
 
 
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Gonzo Pichers
Wed Dec 06, 17
2:37 PM
We have been using Dave's Uploader/Freeloader since 2010 when we first started using Photo Cart. For no apparent reason, it stopped working a couple weeks ago. I have spent a looooong time on the phone with our dedicated server support at GoDaddy and even longer trying to figure it out on my own. NOTHING works. I know the site says support ended 1/1/17 and that even the download and help pages will be gone 12/31/17. Is Uploader/Freeloader completely unusable at this point? No matter what we do all we get when trying to connect to our Photo Cart with Freeloader is 'File Transfer URL' cannot be contacted

We do use FileZilla regularly but because we have never had to go that route I have no idea how to upload images that way to Photo Cart. Seems like it would require reducing the image files to thumbnails before then uploading to a manually created Photo Cart photos folder.

Thanks for any help as right now we are dead in the water.
Tim - PicturesPro.com
admin
Thu Dec 07, 17
8:07 AM
I have not used Dave's Uploader, but with it saying file transfer URL can not be contacted, it basically means it can't connect to the FTP. I believe it should start with ftp://yourdomain.com/ ... then the path you would get logged into filezilla and go into the Photo Cart -> photos folder.

like
ftp://yourdomain.com/public_html/photocart/photos
 
 
 
 
 
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