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Make folders in file manager?

Thread began 4/27/2011 2:10 pm by ijs174940 | Last modified 4/28/2011 12:36 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1248 views | 5 replies |

ijs174940Beta Tester

Make folders in file manager?

In the file manager is it possible to make folders? It would make more sence to be allow the user to make folders so they can organise there file uploads.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

In the HTML Editor instance wizard, click the pencil icon next to "Editor Preset" and make sure the Show Directories in File Manager option is checked.

then in the file manager window, right click the directory name, and select the Create Sub directory option. see the attached screen shot.

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ijs174940Beta Tester

Thanks Jason, I must be going blind in my old age!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

No Worries

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ijs174940Beta Tester

Just another quick question in relation to this would it be possible to have a file added each time a new folder is made? I was thinking of a index file that redirects to the site front end so it would stop the browser showing a list of the images in the dir. I have tried to append the routine that makes the new folder to include a pre made file but without success.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

no, The KFM File Manager does not support creating a File at the time of creating the folder.

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