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File Library

The File Library provides a centralized location to manage documents, images and videos on your website.

 

         Accessing the File Library 

         Uploading a File 

         Replacing an Existing File 

         Linking to a File in the File Library 

         Viewing the Contents of a File 

         Changing the Viewing Settings of Files 

         Renaming a File 

         Downloading a File 

         Deleting a File 

         Creating Subfolders 

  

  

Accessing the File Library 

To access the File Library, log into your website. Go to the WebFrame Page List, then choose Edit File Library from the left side. Your File Library will load (may take a moment depending on the number of files you have stored in the library), and this window will display:

 

On the left you will see 3 folders in which you can organize files. Across the top are menu options. Below the main menu options are the files stored in the selected folder at the left. If you right click on a file in the file library, you will be given additional menu options.
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Uploading a File
Select one of the folders from the left to match the type of file you will be uploading: Files (documents), Images or Video. 1) In the toolbar across the top, choose Upload . 2) Browse and select the file you wish to upload. 3) Upload the selected file to the File Library. 

 

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Replacing an Existing File
The File Library does not allow you to directly replace (overwrite) an existing document. If you try to do so, it will append the file name with a "[1]". This is a safety check to make sure you don't overwrite a file unintentionally. To replace a document, you can first delete the old document, then upload the new document. If you keep the file names exactly the same, you won't have to update those links as they appear on the page(s) of your website. If the file name changes (or a [1] is appended to the file during upload) you will have to either 1) rename that document to the path being used in your hyperlink or 2) change the path in the hyperlinks on your web pages. See also, Uploading a File and Linking to a File in the File Library. 

  

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Linking to a File in the File Library
Right click on the file you wish to link to, and choose Select from the menu options. The path to this file is populated in the Selected File Path field. (You may also left double click on a file to view its path.) This is the path name you will use when creating a hyperlink to the file on your website. Once a file is in your File Library, you can link to it anywhere on your website.

 

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Viewing the Contents of a File
If you would like to view a file, right click on that file and choose View from the menu options. The file will automatically open in an appropriate application.

 

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Changing the Viewing Settings of Files
Different viewing options are available to aid in locating a particular file. Choose Settings from the main menu. 

 

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Renaming a File
To change the name of a file, right click on that file and choose Rename from the menu options. Enter the new name keeping the file extension unchanged. (Ex: .pdf) 

 

  

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Downloading a File
To download a file, right click on that file and choose Dowload from the menu options. Choose from the options presented in the pop up window.  

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Deleting a File
If you would like to permanently remove a file from the File Library, right click on that file and choose Delete from the menu options.

 

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Creating Subfolders
To create subfolders within any of the 3 default folders (Files, Images, Video), simply right click on the folder where you want to create a subfolder and select the "New Subfolder" option

 

 

 

 

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