Not possible. FTP has to download each file in order to process it.
Your best bet would be to download the entire site and find/replace locally using a tool like notepad++, dreamweaver or phpstorm.There are many better ways to download a large site than file by file using ftp. My favorite is to upload a php script with something like this in it:
passthru('tar -cf full_site_backup.tar .'); passthru('bzip2 full_site_backup.tar');then just download the resulting
full_site_backup.tar.bz2file. Unzip the backup on your computer, do the mass find/replace, package all the files up again (zip or tar or whatever), upload the package to your website then run a php script like:
passthru('tar -zxfv full_site_backup.tar.bz2');and it will unpack the entire modified site over the top of your old files.
of course with anything like this, use caution and backup first.
Someone just made an addon for my old item:
ha! mind warp.
this is totally cool as it brings exposure to old items via new plugins.
and for the record I have no problem with not receiving a commission for plugin sales.
I’d go android. The default keyboard is good, but you can install countless new keyboards.
My personal favorite (along with everyone I know) is swiftkey. Swiftkey on android monitors what you write, and how you write, and it learns over time to auto complete your sentences.
70% of the stuff I write it auto completes for me. Saves soooooooooo many keystrokes.
yup my iphone is connected over wifi, can you tell me how to set it up so I can access the localhost? I guess connecting over wifi wont require ip and ports editing
find out the local ip address of your computer (eg: Start > Run > cmd > ipconfig, or go to the networking section in control panel) it may be something like 192.168.0.123 or 10.0.0.123
then just wack that into your phone if you’re connected on local wifi: http://192.168.0.123 or whatever.
if it doesn’t work make sure apache or whatever you are using is not bound to localhost only.
Just an off topic FYI : you can build a website with XML just fine (no flash or php needed).
You describe all your data in XML (kinda like putting all your data into mysql)
Then you transform this data using XSLT into (X)HTML (kinda like reading data from mysql and outputting it as html with php).
XSLT is like CSS for XML . You “style” the XML into a working website.
A royal pain in the ass, but quite interesting. I’ve seen a few big web apps that use this method. I think one of the Microsoft developer tools spits web apps out in this format.
Run a search on “xml xslt website example”. Here’s a basic one: http://www.w3schools.com/xsl/cdcatalog_with_xsl.xml (check out the source code – no html!)