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Where and in which format does Publii store user-generated content?

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    Avatar photolosalamos

    Hi,

    I am pretty new to Publii and could not find this: where and in which format does Publii store user-generated data, like blog posts?

    In some other SSG systems it’s stored in plain MarkDown format; is it the case with Publii too?

    Appreciate!

    #4921
    Avatar photoTomasz Dziuda

    Hi,

    All content is stored in the db.sqlite file inside your website input folder.

    Regarding post formats:

    • Posts created in WYSIWYG and Markdown editors are stored as they are provided by user.
    • The block-based editor stores posts as JSON.

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