(For new accounts and info, please pm CabbieNamedAxel) It's up. As it currently stands, it's invitation by pm only and you will have to upload some comics (if you need help with this, please ask) Simply upload a comic (any) to any host. The comic must be in rar format, and password protected. The password will be "comixcrew". Once you have done that, simply pm me with the info and ill provide you with the login and pass. I will need to verify the files before replying to you, so please be slightly patient. The rules are simple: 1. JUST COMICS! 2. Do not distribute the user/pass. 3. If you are uploading, just post here what you are uploading, so everyone knows what is being uploaded and what isnt, so we do not have 11ty billion Spiderman folders. FTP GUIDE FTP There are many options as to what FTP programs to use, but i personally recommend SmartFTP (link) or Filezilla (link). You can easily find a "free" copy of SmartFTP on some warez site or torrent. Once you have downloaded and installed them, it is time to connect to the server. **For the purpose of this guide, i'll use SmartFTP** CONNECTING When you have opened the program, you will see the toolbar. It is time to enter in the information provided to you in your pm. There are some ways of logging on. The first one is by just entering the information on the toolbar and then pressing the enter or the green button. As for the port, port 21 is the default port for ftp, so don't change that, or if it's not there, just enter 21. You might get this window. It's recommend to put the connection as a favourite item. You'll connect to it faster this way. Now you have connected to the ftp. Congratulations. UPLOADING If you want to upload, you have to first open a local browser. To do this, simply press the File > New Local Browser and you should get something like this: Find the folder where your comics are, then find the appropriate folder on the ftp browser (if there is not one, create it by left clicking then New Folder). Once you have both folders open, simply drag them from the local browser into the ftp browser. Note: You can drag a whole folder instead of single files. As you can notice, right on the top of the transfer que there is the "Workers" and "kbs/Worker". If you have a shitty connection like me, setting it to one single worker (meaning one single upload at a time) at the highest setting is the best option. DOWNLOADING This is almost exactly like uploading, but instead of dragging it from your local browser to the ftp, it's reverse. Good luck!