Settings > Hosts > Remote
Use the remote tab to transfer your host and database files to a host provider. Check the “Use remote server” checkbox to activate the remote tab.
Choose the protocol you will be using to transfer files to your remote server. The remote tab allows you to use FTP, FTP with implicit SSL, FTP with TLS/SSL, and SFTP.
Choose the port you will be connecting to when transferring your files to your remote server.
The name of the server you will be connecting to when uploading or downloading your files to a remote server.
The path to your webservers document root.
Your user name used to connect to your remote server.
Your password used to connect to your remote server.
The public URL you enter in your webbrowser to view your website.
Remote MySQL Server
Most websites you make will utilize a database. You will need to establish a connection to your remote MySQl database server in order to transfer your database files.
The databasae user name on your remote server.
The database user password on your remote server.
The name of the database you will be using on your remote server.
The name of your host on your remote server.
Check URL Credentials
Verify your credentials on your remote server.
Publish Host …
Transfer your files to your remote server.
Import Host …
Import your files to your remote server.
To save time, use the dropdown button to fill in your remote tab with values from a previous host.