Uploading speed

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Does the uploading speed up with a paying customer? Or does it remain the same? When I upload or edit my page, it takes about 7 to 8 secs for it show up. On other freehosting and domain sites it takes much less and of course there is much worse, but I need to know before I buy into premium. Thank you for any feedback.
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arranques

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Laura Thomas, Social Media Coordinator

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Hi arranques,

Upgrading your account offers many premium features but it won't impact your upload times. I'd love to learn more about the files you are uploading. Do you mind sharing examples of the file extensions and sizes you are uploading? Are you uploading multiple files at once or one at a time?
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arranques

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Hi, so far I've only uploaded one image, which isn't large at all and I'm using their pre-formatted template. Even if it's just text that I've edited, the spinning gear icon takes about 5 to 7 secs. So, no, to the both of you, it has nothing do with uploading large files. Thanx both of you for your responses. -Kd

P.S. From your response, I wasn't aware that we could upload files to Yola, since I thought every thing is pre-formatted. In other words, I haven't seen an ftp manager storage space on here? If there is, then I've overlooked it. I'm working with other webhosting and domains as well and haven't really had time to look around.
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arranques

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P.S.S My site is still under construction, with almost nothing it.
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Stefan, Official Rep

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Hello arranques

With Yola Silver or Yola Gold, you're able to upload .html and .js files. However, Yola doesn't currently offer FTP. You can still upload files to your Yola File Manager to use on your Yola website.
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KanThaiDecor

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Maybe you are talking about how long before YOU see site updates reflected on the page? That is called propagate or propagating the web where it has spread over the entire web.
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arranques

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Yes, I know what propagating is. I'm talking about just plain editing text that is very short. Even that takes a long time. I work out of a Mac Intel computer and have a hi speed cable service. So, it's nothing to do with my end of it. Thanx for your response. -Kd