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Edit your site via FTP for non-coders

So you have uploaded your site. It now live and the website is amazing! But in the event you wish to re-write some content on the site, and you have zero experience in coding, how do you go about doing it?

Here’s the perfect tutorial for any non-coders who wish to make content changes (not layout/design because that needs some coding knowledge) on their site!




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