Documentation

This is the official documentation of WP-Filebase and WP-Filebase Pro. On the right side bar you find the menu to navigate through the documentation.
Note that some features are only available for WP-Filebase Pro, they are marked with (Pro).

Also check out the How-To section with short tutorials.

General about WP-Filebase

WP-Filebase’s file management

WP-Filebase uses a category/sub-category/file taxonomy. Each category can have multiple sub-categories (child categories) and files.

The file system is kept in sync with the category tree in the Database, e.g. each category has a folder containing the files and directories of all children (files and categories). This brings the advantage that you can easily add, modify or delete files directly on the file system, for example by FTP. WP-Filebase offers a function to synchronize the database with the file system, so file properties like size and hash sum get updated. (Never forget to sync after changing files with FTP!). See Sync.

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  1. comfi says:
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    Normally, I don’t leave replies. But, thanks for the info guys.

  2. VA:F [1.9.22_1171]
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    Your documentation claims WP-Filebase Pro is compatible with Relevanssi (here: https://wpfilebase.com/documentation/filepages/). That’s true, but the compatibility is slightly limited. I just had a Relevanssi Premium customer buy WP-Filebase Pro, and now I have to tell him it’s not compatible in the way he expected it would be, so I was thinking you could update your documentation a bit.

    Relevanssi can index and search the files managed with WP-Filebase Pro, but – this is critical – Relevanssi Premium can’t currently index the contents of the files managed with WP-Filebase Pro. Just the metadata: title, comments, custom fields, tags and so on.

    Thanks, Mikko

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