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How to create sub-directory with “File Manager” tool

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    Avatar photoshaun2k


    Currently, we can only “Add new file” or “Upload files” with the “File Manager” but no option to make new directory e.g. media/files/pdfs/, media/files/php/, media/files/downloads/.

    I would like to know if there’s a way to create sub-directory under media/files from “File Manager” tool which I may have missed or we would need to manually create the sub-directory with FTP, cPanel, etc.





    Avatar photoTomasz Dziuda


    At this moment it is not possible, but we have plans for improvements in the file manager for the next year. At this moment we focus on plugins and app localization.

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    Avatar photogpsblues

    You can create the subfolder manually from the file manager. The files you place in the subfolder will be synchronized.
    In the Publii interface you will only see the subfolder and not the contained files, but it works.




    Avatar photoshaun2k

    Hi @gpsblues,

    Thanks for your reply. Your method works as described.

    Now, I’ll just need to figure out how to code the mail.php to return messages to the AJAX helper that you mentioned in your reply to the post, 🙂


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