Error :( ftp_put(): Accepted data connection when extracting theme folder in File manager Help plz


Yes. The .rar file isn’t working, and FileZilla files are not showing, even though the most of the files have evidently uploaded on Also, the connection to the host keeps connecting and disconnecting.

Those are homemade pancakes made of bananas and eggs. It’s one of the DIY Projects that I am presenting.


Yeah you can’t use .rar files as far as I am aware you need to zip it, upload it and extract it.


@Infinity I tried extracting the .zip into a folder, but it resulted in the same original error:

ftp_put(): Accepted data connection

Right now the files are about to finish uploading from FileZilla, so I’ll tell you if that works or not.

This is sed btw. sed account has to wait 19 hours before another reply.


I’ll change your Sed so you can reply hopefully :confused: I recommend just upload to the public_html folder it will then detect all zip files and you can unzip in seconds in the browser


So should I import the that you sent me before? Or should I add the unzipper.php file into it and then upload it to public_html?


Download unzipper zip file and upload the two files within it - unzipper.php and .editorconfig within public_html then launch it in your browser to unzip your



Are you able to use FileZilla?


No. It shows that the files are updated in FileZilla, but I can’t see them on the file manager on my browser. Also, I tried reuploading the unzipper files, so I’ll try that and update you in a second.


Do I have to upload in public_html or some other folder?


Upload into public_html as well as unzipper.php then visit and unzip :slight_smile:


yayyyyyyyyy it worked holy crap I love you so much.

oh yea and real quick how do you make the startup tab index.html file if its automatically referencing index.php?


What is referencing it?

If you upload index.php into public_html it will load when you visit the site, else the same if you put index.html it will load that.

Sorry if I didn’t understand the question.


I have both index.html and index.php in my .zip file.

How do I make it so that it opens the index.html on click of the website?


You can try making a file called .htaccess using Notepad, save as “.htaccess” “All Files”

Insert that code into it and upload to public_html

Why do you have two index files out of curiosity?


When I originally coded it, I wasn’t going to make a separate index.html file, and just have everything in my index.php file. I wanted to get more organized though, so I decided to make a new file solely for the purpose of html.


Does index.php NEED to be called index? If not just rename nonindex.php or register.php or something


Then I have to change that on every one of my code snippets -_- its k ill just put in the thing you suggested before.


ftp connection so slow

try that :sunglasses:

  1. intall subime text 3
  2. install package .
  3. install SFTP .
  4. sublime sftp setup


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