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Create folders in CMS

Thread began 1/29/2018 4:40 pm by russb335115 | Last modified 2/06/2018 1:18 pm by Ray Borduin | 94 views | 9 replies |

russb335115

Create folders in CMS

Is there a way I can create folders for my templates in CMS? For example, I would like to have folder that I can open and closed so that I can keep the left hand menu small.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You can create folders with php. Are you using powercms or a custom cms you built? Are you talking about from within the file manager?

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russb335115

Hi Ray,

Yes I'm talking about powercms. I'll attache an image showing the section I want to create folders for.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I see. I could make those into collapsible menus to help with space. I'd have to charge you for a support incident to do the coding for you. I'd need a url and FTP access to make the changes.

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russb335115

Thanks Ray, that sounds good. I will need about a week or so before I'll be ready to move forward. Also, is it possible to also create the ability to create folder within folder? For example, There will be entry for day, month and year. I would like to be able to place all the month entry into a folder and at the end of a year place all the months into a year folder.

Thanks,

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'll have to think about that one. I'm sure it is possible to add folders and categorize, but it might be a lot of work. Adding accordions is a more straightforward solution. We can discuss that over the phone in a few weeks when you are ready to proceed.

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russb335115

Awesome, thanks Ray

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russb335115

Hi Ray,

Another question. Can you assist me in creating a forum for a website. Similar as the webassist one?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I can assist in anything. I did spend quite a bit of time building this forum though, so hopefully you would be doing most of the work.

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russb335115

Thanks for the response Ray. That's kinda of how I think of you. If a client asked me, I assume that I can get it done with your assistance.

Because I needed it for a launch on Sunday I went with a "Out of the box" solution. I will want to build it out myself in the future though.

I will be reaching out to you in a week or so to do some of the work we discussed above.

Thanks again.

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