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Sub Folders for images

Thread began 11/06/2011 11:21 am by SPT | Last modified 11/06/2011 1:22 pm by SPT | 487 views | 1 replies |

SPT

Sub Folders for images

For Client uploads of images I made a folder "ClientPics" works fine in the CMS.

I would like to have sub folders inside of this "ClientPics" folder.
such as
"ClientPics/LargeRings"
"ClientPics/SmallRings"

While in the online file manager:
If I right click on add sub directory (see attached image) I receive an error message.

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SPT

I got it:

Create the files in the folder ".files-sqlite-pdo" in dreamweaver and upload the empty folder.

Example: "ClientPics/.files-sqlite-pdo/SmallRings"

Then via the Power CMS File Manager upload the images to the SmallRings Directory that way the thumbnails are created via the file manager too.

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