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Is it possible to create folders within the root directory for file uploads in Power CMS?

Thread began 1/26/2017 9:42 am by LWag48648773 | Last modified 1/26/2017 12:25 pm by LWag48648773 | 503 views | 2 replies


Is it possible to create folders within the root directory for file uploads in Power CMS?

My client has so many files uploaded after 5 years. It is getting quite difficult to manage. Is there a way to create new folders and put the files in them? This process would also need to change the path to those files.

I see I can make a folder on the server but it doesn't really do me any good unless I want to do all this moving manually. I'd also have to change the paths manually.

thank you,

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