Upload or download resources from your local computer to the Resources tool using the WebDAV protocol via the Cyberduck application. This page describes how you can obtain the Cyberduck application, use Cyberduck to create a WebDAV connection between your computer and the Resources tool within your site, and then how you can edit and move content between locations.
If you prefer to create a basic WebDAV connection, see How do I set up and use WebDAV on Windows 10/11? or How do I set up and use WebDAV on MacOS (10.8 and up)?.
Note: There must be at least one object (file or folder) in the selected Resources or File Drop tool before you begin the setup procedure. This procedure needs to be done once for each tool before you can use WebDAV to transfer files to and from that tool.
Download the Cyberduck WebDAV client and install it on your computer. Cyberduck is compatible with Windows and MacOS computers.
Note: When you download the software, you may be asked to donate or purchase a registration key. Doing so is not required to use the application.
Select the Resources tool from the Tool Menu of your site.
Copy the URL that's displayed in the Step 1 field.
Note: the URL that your site supplies for you may look quite different from the example provided on this page.
If you're using a Windows computer, open Cyberduck from your Start menu. If you're using a Mac, open Cyberduck from the Dock or Launchpad areas.
In the Cyberduck application, click the Bookmarks icon.
Click the + icon that is located near the bottom of the menu in Cyberduck.
Double-click the bookmark to open it.
Drag, drop, download, and modify files and folders. Changes that you make within the WebDAV connection will update within the Resources tool in your site.
Note: If you have permission to read content in a site, you can download multiple files via WebDAV by dragging the files from the site's folder to a folder on your local computer. You can only save, edit or delete files in the selected site if you have the appropriate permissions in the site.