WP-Filebase Pro

The Wordpress Downloads Manager with Cloud support

File Browser

File Browser AJAX Tree

With the File Browser users can browse through all categories. It will appear on the Page or Post set in WP-Filebase Settings. If search integration is enabled the File Browser Page will be included in search results listing all matching files using the Default Template.

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  • Joe Wilson says:
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    I’m testing out wp-filebase as a replacement for download monitor.

    I’m having trouble with recursive discovery of files if nested within a folder.

    For example- I’m using the default location for files – wp-content/uploads/filebase
    with in the directory I create sub-directories. When I do a file sync it discovers the files and directories however in the file browser it only displays the directory folder not the files within it. It only displays a spinning circle.

    If files are not in a directory it displays the file fine.

    I have set the permissions on sub-directories to be 777 just like the parent.

    Any ideas?

  • RenĂ© says:
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    Hi,

    This plugin looks interesting. I am looking for a plugin (or will write one myself) that supports multiple users where each user has access to one or more folders for writing and/or reading. Within the users own folders he/she can do anything.

    Does this plugin support that kind of behaviour? If not, would it be easy to update the code for this purpose? (I can change it myself)

    • Deepak says:
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      I am also interested in this feature. I have purchased the license for this plugin today only. Will dig it more.
      @Fabian: Please reply if you are looking for such feature included into this plugin.

      For now, I am thinking of using below plugin:
      http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/nmedia-user-file-uploader/

      But the problem is that Admin have to manually shift the files to the appropriate directory.

      Please revert.

      • VA:F [1.9.22_1171]
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        Hi Fabian,
        I am facing 2 issues in WP Filebase Pro:
        1). I am also looking for above functionality as mentioned by Deepak.
        What I observed is that under Settings-> Common, there is an option to define Upload Path but the issue is its not accepting any $username related variable.
        I am also using plugin “Add from Server” where I can define such variables in the path eg. %username% and %role%

        2). One more security issue I observed is:
        Using the Permission settings I can limit the access to view/edit only user’s own files under File listing but when I try editing any of my files the the web address looks like http://www.abcd.com/wp-admin/admin.php?page=wpfilebase_files&action=editfile&file_id=6
        Now, here if I manually change file_id=6 to any other existing file_id(of other user) then that file opens for editing and I am able to update its details.
        @Fabian: Please target its fix in next releases ASAP.

        Thanks,
        Deepak

  • Andy Platt says:
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    Import went fine (autu sync from folder/files structure) – used the example shortcode to add in the list (after setting the post ID):

    [wpfilebase tag="list" id={category id} path="{category path}" tpl="{list template tag}" sort="{file_property}" showcats={0/1} sortcats="{cat_property}" num="{page limit}" pagenav="{0/1}" /]

    It works on the page requested, but I get the message:
    [WP-Filebase]: WARNING: List template {list template tag} does not exist!

    above the categroy list???

    When I drop out the tpl=”{list template tag}” from the shortcode it just becomes a mess – any ideas?

  • VA:F [1.9.22_1171]
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    When using the “search integration”, and having a default page set up as described, how is the resulting page styled? Right now, I’m resorting to an external CSS file, but all other templates seem to work independently (which is good!), except for the default page with search integration, which has a wired-in solution which is not customizable. Am I right, or am I completely wrong?

    Using the shortcodes on the “default page”, which allow a selection of templates, is not a solution. First, because there is no template for the File Tree View, only for the File List. Secondly, because the Tree View appears by itself, additionally, no matter what the shortcodes say. I’m assuming this is because this whole page is used for search etc. and, as such, has to have “something” by default, besides the usual shortcode mechanism.

    Looking at the resulting CSS for the default page was not very encouraging. There seems to be no catch-all CSS class for the Tree View in the default page. Granted, it’s still possible to style it, but I feel it lacks some consistency.

  • Dean says:
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    Hi,

    I am enjoying this product. I would like to have more than one file browser but I see in the setting there can only be one. Is there any way to add other post-browser pairs? Thanks

  • Debbie says:
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    How do I change the category icon in the filebase to a custom icon?

    • Debbie says:
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      Is there any way to change the filebase icon to a custom icon, please?

    • VA:F [1.9.22_1171]
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      One more try before using something else – I need to replace the filebase icon with a custom icon, how do I do that?

      • Fabian says:
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        Sorry for the delay. You can edit the file browser template (Manage Templates -> Categories -> Filebrowser and replace %cat_small_icon% with any image.

        Regards
        Fabian

  • Julius Wulf says:
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    Is it possible, using the file browser, to only display categories where the category name == a user capability id ?

  • Dean says:
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    Hello,

    Love the product. Is there any way to have more than one file-browser on a site?

    thanks

    • Fabian says:
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      Hi Dean,

      yes, you can insert a shortcode to display a file browser on any page you like: [wpfilebase tag=browser /]

      Regards
      Fabian

  • Raul Pessoa says:
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    I am using a plugin to upload files directly from the frontend of the website, it’s called inline upload. When it uploads the files to the wp-filebase folder the files do not get synced. I ticked automatic sync, but even after days the files do not show up on the wp-filebase listing of the folder…

    anyone has a solution for me?

    Thanks,
    Raul

    • Raul Pessoa says:
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      Just to understand if there is a possibility to force the sync automatically instead of going to the backend of the website to sync every half hour…

      Thanks,
      Raul

  • John says:
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    Hi – Great Plugin!!

    Is it possible to display details of the associated files using the Tree view? Ideally I’d want them to look like the the default template (tag=default) when viewed in the tree.

    Thanks!
    John

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