Select “Media/Downloads” or “Settings/Download …
You can select not only a folder to download, but also a file. Whether it is a folder or a file is simply determined by the fact that the target parameter in the shortcode usually shows a file or a folder on the server.
Paste via shortcode
Use the [download-from-files …
For a plugin, a template is always the folder that contains the files associated with the template. The default plugin templates are located in the wp-content/plugins/download-from-files/templates/ folder, where they are each in separate folders.
It is common practice in …
Show the number of …
Files in a folder:
[download-from-files target=”demo/downloads/en” template=”default” folders=”0″]
Folders and files in a folder:
Hide link is off here.
Please help me with the settings to NOT display the file extensions.
You can ensure that you can not display the file extension through a unique template.
The easiest to modify one of the templates on the Child and files.html file instead of the
‹!- title -›link instead of the
‹!- name -›link.
Or simply just give a description of the documents.
Is it possible to change the behaviour to opening (in my case .pdf files) instead of downloading them? Preferably in a new window...
The plugin passes the file link or if
hide_direct_urlis switched on, the content itself as a stream to the browser. It’s up to the browser settings to download or display this.