Manifests, covers, and content files will be
uploaded in batch to NetGalley using FTP (file transfer protocol). FTP is a
very simple and straightforward process where you copy your files directly into the appropriate directory
on our servers. If you know
how to ‘copy and paste’ a file from one directory to another on your PC, then
you can do this. The only difference is that the
directory where you are ‘pasting’ the file is on our server.
- Firefox (FileZilla and FireFTP)
- Internet Explorer
In order to upload files to the NetGalley FTP using FileZilla, you must download FileZilla, which is free.
In the Host field, enter ftp.netgalley.com. Enter your user name and password, and click Quickconnect.
The left panel shows your local file structure, and the right panel shows your FTP directory.
To upload, drag files from the left panel to the _Inbox folder in the right panel.
The bottom panel shows the status of your file transfers.
In order to upload files to the NetGalley FTP using Firefox, you must download FireFTP, which is free. Once you restart Firefox, go to the Add-ons menu (click the puzzle piece).
And then click on FireFTP>Options.
Next, click the "Interface" tab and check the box that says "Configure FTP links in Firefox to automatically use FireFTP" and then click OK.
In the URL field at the top of your browser, type in ftp://ftp.netgalley.com, and then enter your username and password in the popup.
When FireFTP opens, click on Create an Account:
Fill in the Account name and Host as ftp.netgalley.com:
The Login and Password are specific to your account. Once it’s filled in, press ok. (Category can remain blank.)
When you’re back at the main screen, choose “ftp.netgalley.com” and press Connect. You will see it connect in the right-hand pane.
Now you can drag and drop files from your computer (left panel) into the _Inbox folder on the ftp site (right panel). The bottom panel shows the status of your file transfers.
In order to log in to our server:
- Go to: ftp.netgalley.com
- A dialog box will open asking for your user name and password (your login credentials will have been sent to you as part of the account creation process). Enter your login and password and click “Log On.”
- Click Page > Open FTP site in Windows Explorer (in older versions of the program, click View > Open FTP site in Windows Explorer), which will prompt you to re-enter your user name and login again.
- You will see the following screen. Drag and drop all files directly into the _INBOX folder. IMPORTANT: Please name cover and content files with the 13-digit ISBN for that title (for example, 9781234567890), no spaces, or the file will not import into NetGalley.