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Responsive Images Folder Bug

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    Hi Team,

    When a user has multiple pages to their blog ( in my case 400) and responsive images are disabled, Publii creates a blank folder for every article. This folder would normally store the responsive images, but again, when its turned off, it still creates the folders.

    Please fix this as when uploading via FTP or any other upload method, it can cause timeouts and delays in uploading site.

    So – Responsive images = No, do not create folder for the responsive images.

    Thank you!

    Tomasz Dziuda


    Thank you for your report – in fact we should remove all empty folders from the media library before upload – I am adding this to my ToDo 🙂

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    Awesome Tamasz!

    Thank you!

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