wp-filemanager

133 thoughts on “wp-filemanager

  1. Ryan

    I keep getting this message. “Invalid home folder.” Am I doing something wrong? I just want to change the default directoury to “/wp-content/uploads/”.

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  2. admin Post author

    looks like you forgot to change the $home_directory variable in PHP file.

    Please update it.

    for your config the variable would be “../wp-content/uploads/”

    Reply
  3. Gervaso

    Hello,

    is a way to activate this plugin even for non-admin users, like editors or subscribers?

    Thank you

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    1. anantshri

      Hi Gervaso,

      Currently that is not enabled as this can lead to security concerns.

      this plugin will work only for administrator.

      for Editors and Subscribers you can have theme editor.

      BTW what’s your plan if i do open it for anyone other then admin.

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      1. gael

        Hello and thank you for your plugin.
        I have opened an editor profile for my friend not for a security matter but because he has the less options as possible so that he is not lost when he opens the back office once in a while.
        Nevertheless I would need him to manage himself his uploads.
        No way to grant him the access as an editor please ?
        Thank you. Best Regards.

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        1. anantshri Post author

          No not something that i have planed in my mind.

          for general uploades that could be easily managed by the media section. The use case is strictly for administrators only.

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  4. Gervaso

    It would be good to transform this plug-in into a complete solution, like a file repository, with group rules to access file and so on…

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    1. anantshri

      That is something i am wishing to transform this into but lack of time or what could i say having a large array of work dispersed all over web leaves me with so much laziness that i am not able to work this one out.

      Reply
  5. Gervaso

    Hello,

    when I try to download a file I get this:

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function get_option() in /home/mhd-01/MY_SITE_URL/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/wp-filemanager/conf/config.inc.php on line 10

    How can I fix it?

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  6. Anthony T

    I want to be able to delete files using FileManager, but it doesnt exist as an option in the file list screen. I checked the configuration, and check the box to enable it, but nothing. Any help?

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  7. Anthony Tiefenbach

    I don’t have the option to delete file even though it is checked in the options. The plug-in works fine otherwise. Please help!!

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  8. Rob

    I know this has probably been addressed before but when I try to download i get the same error message as Gervaso and Anthony.

    When will the update be coming? Thanks!

    Reply
  9. Amir

    Hi

    I get this error when I download a file

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function get_option() in /home/…/wp-content/plugins/wp-filemanager/conf/config.inc.php on line 10

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  10. andrew

    An easy fix for the download issue..while not a permanent one it will get it functioning but it will render configurations in the admin panel useless. Open conf/config.inc.php and comment out all instances of get_options. There a several if/else statements that contain it so you will need to decide whatever option values you want and leave those variables defined as either true or false and comment the rest of the if/else out. Then as if magic had occured..the downloads will work

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  11. Merlinox

    I’ve the same trouble on download:
    Fatal error: Call to undefined function get_option()

    The trouble is because download proxy page “/wp-filemanager/incl/libfile.php” include config.ing.php page. In config file you use get_option but noone include that wordpress feature.

    I fix it bypassing config into libfile. If you fix it please say it.

    Thanks

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  12. anantshri

    Hi All,
    First of All i would request a serious appology for the errors all are facing.. right now you can use the workaround suggested by andrew i am in a process of fixing the error once and for all however due to other priorities in my life i am stuck with being not so productive.

    Will update next once i do a new version release with all bug fixes

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  13. Pawel

    Hi,
    First of all – this is fantastic plugin, thanks very much! I would need little bit of help though. When adding a file, you can select on which website the file will appear (by selecting POST ID) – is there any way to restrict that page/post treeview to list only certain pages (in my case only two pages)? Any advice will be much appreciated.

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  14. Jacopo

    Hello,

    when I try to download a file I get this:

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function get_option() in /home/mhd-01/MY_SITE_URL/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/wp-filemanager/conf/config.inc.php on line 10

    How can I fix it?

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  15. Daniel

    Hi,

    I need to allow contributors to access just this plugin as it will be used for a file repository shared by all logged users.

    Any advice on how to achieve this?

    (and as an improvement maybe could this be a configuration on future releases?)

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  16. Alex

    Hello Anant. Thanks for plugin.
    Please write version in description in next version
    /wp-fileman.php
    Example:
    /*
    Plugin Name: WP-Fileman
    Description: FileMan for WordPress allows you to easily change, delete, organize and upload files.
    Author: Anant Shrivastava
    Author URI: http://anantshri.info
    Version: 1.2.6
    */
    If you not write wordpress warns about updates, even when i have last version.
    And maybe, you should save plugin configuration in database in other way this information be delete after plugin update.

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  17. Hnieto

    It’s a great plugin, except that the view image feature malfunctioned whenever I attempted to view any graphics file. It would show a broken image icon instead.
    how to solve urgent

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  18. Andy

    I am facing the issue of not being able to download because of getOption(). Is there any way to fix this without having to lose configurations in the admin panel?

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  19. HD

    I have upload wp-fileman folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory but I’m not sure what I have to do when I read this:

    “Change the home location for filemanager in conf folder conf/config.inc.php under $home_directory”

    I can see the file “config.inc.php” in “conf” folder on my C:WPfilemanconf

    Does it mean I have to move the file “config.inc.php” to another directory in my computer ? and where ?

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  20. HD

    Installation
    1.Upload wp-fileman folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
    2.Change the home location for filemanager in conf folder conf/config.inc.php under $home_directory.
    3.Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
    4.Check under the admin section last menu in sidebar will be FileManager.

    I’m not sure how to do it under : ” Change the home location….” Can you tell me exactly what I have to do ?

    I can see the file config.inc.php in my computer under C:/wp-fileman/conf
    I have upload wp-fileman folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
    I have activate the plugin and can see FileManager on sidebar on the last menu.Then in wordpress I go to Filemanager -> Configuration -> Filemanager Default Home Location -> here I taste the follow :

    //C:/wp-fileman/conf/config.inc.php

    But it’s not work.

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  21. Jason Wilson Version 5.0

    Easy fix for Fatal error: Call to undefined function get_option() in /wp-content/plugins/wp-filemanager/conf/config.inc.php on line 10
    I added

    require_once(‘../../../../wp-config.php’);
    to the top of

    wp-filemanager/incl/libfile.php

    I think that is what Merlinox was trying to say.

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  22. Masrur

    Hi…

    thanks for the great plugin… is it possible to change the home location to the root of the blog?

    For the config variable I use “../” but when I try to upload some files… it showing “FAILED”.

    Thanks

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  23. ANgie

    Hello, Might be a dumb question… What is the largest file that I can upload? I am trying to give away large sized graphics on my site and it won’t upload. I have tried compressing, reducing file size, etc. but it still doesnt like it!

    Thanks.

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  24. Nathan

    The WP-Filemanager program has a conflict with the Advanced Access Manager. When AAM is installed, WPFM will not display any files and defaults home to the AAM folder and is unchangeable. I would love to use these two plugins together. Any ideas?

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  25. Nathan

    Another problem as well. When I disabled the Advanced Access Manager (as explained above), now I get this error in the left pane:

    Warning: stristr() [function.stristr]: Empty delimiter in xxxxx(replaced path)xxxxxx/wp-content/plugins/wp-filemanager/incl/functions.inc.php on line 218

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  26. Udo

    Hi,
    I started to use your plugin and its really great.
    Compared it to the filebrowser: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/filebrowser/
    Yours is much prettier and handier to use.
    If you could enhance it with the file-permission handling it would nearly be perfect. The zip/unzip is not so important for me.
    Is there any chance, that you implement the file permissions into your plugin?
    Thanks,
    Udo

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  27. Udo

    Hi anantshri,
    I believe this is a good decision. Do you have an idea of the timeline?
    Is it worth waiting or do you think in months?
    Udo

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    1. anantshri

      frankly at this point i would say months.

      I am checking other implementations of the same feature as well as some security constrains that i have in mind.

      but can’t give you a rigid timeline.

      Reply
    1. anantshri

      this looks like first time to me. Let me try to simulate the scenario on my home machine. BTW i am working on a maintenance release so will be out in few days you can wait for say 1 week or so. otherwise if you are experimental enough you can look at the svn and download the latest trunk and try it out.

      Reply
  28. dushant

    Installation is successful without error but i still not find this into my webpage?? what i want in my site user’s can upload files as well as other users can download files.

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    1. anantshri

      @dushant, The plugin is intended for andministrators to administer the whole website at php level.
      its not meant to be used for upload and download purposes.

      Reply
  29. Jason

    Dear Anant,

    For the file: wp-filemanager/incl/download.inc.php
    I commented out all the lines (9,38,39,41) of header() code and that has stopped the header errors.
    I also commented out the readfile() code (line 43) and that fixed the garbled output.
    Hope that helps.

    Jason

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  30. liz

    Hello anantshri,

    Fab plug-in. I want to use it fro my users and set the folder to an area where they can’t do ant harm. Is there a way – a shortcode maybe – where I could embed this in a standard page? Of course what would be good I suppose is to configure it for each user type but this would be a lot of work so in the meantime any chance of a shortcode?

    Thank you………….. liz

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  31. liz

    Dear ananshri,

    I love this plugin! i have a questions because I want the same functionality for my users, which I thought I could control by specifying the start directory. SDo i wondered if there is a way of using a shortcode in a page to offer this functionality to my non-admin users. I realsisde that you have said previously it’s meant for admin but the interface is well done and very usable – more than existing user file upload plug-ins.

    The problem obviously comes from the fact that really one may have a differnt set of configuration requirements for each user type. however as a start could you consider providing a shortcode?

    I may have already sent this question but as it doesn’t show on eth list on this page I have assumed that it didn’t arrive for some reason. Apologies if you moderate and have therefore got two versions of this request.

    Thank you…………………. liz

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  32. wynnewade

    great plug-in … thanks!

    I would like to be able to “hide” the configuration option in the menu before I give this tool to my client. Is there a way to do that?

    in that casse just edit the plugin to remove the call to add the sidebar option.

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  33. Eli

    just downloaded this plugin so I can create new page templates in my theme without using ftp. It says not tested in WP 3.4.1 but still works great for creating and deleting files. The view and edit options are missing but I can use the theme editor for that

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  34. Daniel

    Hey Anant, great plugin. I have run into some issues, though, and while I’m going to fix them on a local copy of the plugin, I was wondering if you’d experienced the problem yourself or knew of an easier way to fix it. Here goes:

    I’ve got WP-FileManager installed and working (in general) fine. I can create folders, upload files, etc. The problem comes when I try to rename the file: I get the following error: “Renaming of file failed. This might be caused by insufficient permissions or an invalid filename.” I’ve tried this on three systems, including Windows and Ubuntu. The Ubuntu system has the web root and all children being owned by the www-data user / group, with 770 permissions. The Windows user… I’m able to upload files, so I should have full permissions as well.

    Any ideas?

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  35. offlip

    Hello Anantshri,
    Thanks for a great plug-in!
    Just wanted to share some problems, and solutions.

    I got this message in the top of the window:
    : ” Warning: is_dir(): open_basedir restriction in effect. File(../..) is not within the allowed path(s): (/home/www/sites/www.wp-renaremark.se/root/:/usr/lib/php5/:/tmp/) in /home/www/sites/www.wp-renaremark.se/root/wp-content/plugins/wp-filemanager/incl/filebrowser.inc.php on line 40″
    /wp-content/plugins/wp-filemanager/incl/filebrowser.inc.php.

    This fixed change in filebrowser.inc.php fixed it:

    if ($directory != “.” && $directory != “..”) if (is_dir($home_directory.$wp_2_fileman_path.$directory) && $directory != “.” && $directory != “..” && !is_hidden_direct
    ory($home_directory.$wp_2_fileman_path.$directory))

    There was also a problem in the viewer, this fixed it
    :
    — view.inc.php.orig 2012-08-27 09:13:22.888822204 +0000
    +++ view.inc.php 2012-08-27 09:14:05.221322213 +0000
    @@ -34,6 +34,7 @@
    if ($open = opendir($home_directory.$wp_2_fileman_path))
    {
    while ($file = readdir($open))
    + if ($file !=”..”)
    if (is_file($home_directory.$wp_2_fileman_path.$file) && is_viewable_file($file))
    $files[] = $file;
    closedir($open);

    Best regards!

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  36. theframeguy

    Is access to this plugin limited to the “admin” role? I’ve setup other roles in “Advanced Access Manager” and “FileManager” doesn’t show when logged in as those other roles.

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  37. nagabusiness

    Hi Anantshri,

    Pls help how to remove the following:

    Warning: readfile() [function.readfile]: Filename cannot be empty in /home/content/XX/XXXXXXX/html/XXXXX/wp-content/plugins/wp-filemanager/incl/download.inc.php on line 43

    I cant do anything. Do I need to uninstall and install the whole WordPress?

    Thanks in advance.

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  38. maria lazaridou

    I’ve installed file manager and i have this problem… My files in the related directory I want to manage.. don’t appear properly because my files have greek names greek characters.. unfortunately i have to keep these names.. so what can i do?where can I declare greek encoding? please help!

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  39. Kevin Andrada (@kevandrada)

    I want to say first that I don’t have an FTP access to a WordPress site I am handling right now so I was really hopeful I can use this plugin to download files. Tried it but failed. All the files I downloaded using the plugin are 0 bytes. I thought it has something to do with permissions but then I tried using it locally. Still didn’t work for I don’t know reason. The files are 0 bytes or read-only.

    Please tell me the solution to this sir. Thank you!

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  40. daniel

    Installed and activated File Manager. Tried to delete a plug-in and got this message:

    Warning: unlink(../wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/images/gravity-settings-icon-32.png) [function.unlink]: Permission denied in /home/crosspr/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-filemanager/incl/functions.inc.php on line 21

    Warning: rmdir(../wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/images/) [function.rmdir]: Permission denied in /home/crosspr/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-filemanager/incl/functions.inc.php on line 27
    Deleting of folder failed.
    This might be caused by insufficient permissions.

    Help please!

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  41. Steve

    I have a few sites on 3.5.1 and when I install the plugin it doesn’t allow me to view or edit the files. The columns are there on the file manager display but there are no icons next to the files for those functions. I have tried to go to the config screen and the view and edit functions are “allowed” so I don’t know why it isn’t working?

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  42. anantshri

    Hi Everyone, Thanks for the patience, a new version is released which should solve all the errors encountered. I will try to see if i can fit some new features in next releases onwards.

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    1. anantshri Post author

      Hi, in order to see the edit icon and other icon’s you need to enable them first time in file manager configuration. also you need to specify the file extensions that you want to edit. all of this is visible inside the filemanager config section.

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  43. Nat Colley

    I don’t know what the plug in is looking for when it asks for the home directory in the configuration. I have the name from my host, but no variation on that that I can think of works. It looks like maybe you answered this question for someone else between comments 31 and 32, but you did not post an answer here where others can see it.

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    1. anantshri Post author

      Its generally a relative path in terms of the plugin location. it will be best for you if you set it to ./ and see what files are visible. if you want more visibility you can increase by setting home to ../ for setting it above this directory value would be ../../ and so on.
      Hope this help.
      Note : will see if i can put some example text to make life easier from next version onwards.

      Edit Note : ./ will place you in wp-admin folder and ../ will place you in same folder as your wordpress directory based on this info you can decide a relative path you want to use.

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  44. [email protected]

    Nice extension, with one problem it does not display non-ASCII characters correctly
    using French, we often have filenames with accents… they are downloaded/uploaded ok, but do not display in UTF-8 format as they should
    so that “é” displays as “é”, etc
    For example : MissionIntégrale_Doc-stratégique.pdf

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  45. Lorenzo NEY

    Hi Anant.
    Please update /incl/filebrowser.inc.php with the correct extension/filename pickup.
    If you have a file that has more than one dot in the file name (like filebrowser.inc.php) it does not show it correctly in the file manager. It just shows the first part of the name because it lists only the first element of the exploded array as a file name and the second element as extension.
    you can take a look at pathinfo() for correct filepath values.
    Thanks for this great plugin.

    Reply
  46. Tabrez

    hi there

    how i can add this plugin to my Specific PAGE ??
    There is any way to add in page ??

    I want to add this plugin my DOWNLOAD page but not succeed till now !!

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    1. anantshri Post author

      ../ will bring you one directory up and so the path should be.
      ../wp-content/themes/twentytwelve/ if you want to keep your theme directory as home place. however ../ could also be used which will allow home directory to be same as wordpress directory.

      However if you only want something to edit your theme its better to use built in wordpress theme editor rather then a different plugin.

      Reply
  47. F. Saskiano

    Client’s website uses your plug-in, latest version just updated. WordPress 3.5.1

    I went to Configuration, checked all of the boxes, but when I then use File Manager to access file tree, the “Vw” and “Ed” columns are blank – no icons, and I can’t view or edit files.

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    1. anantshri Post author

      Besides checking the boxes you need to also set extensions that you want to be edited or viewed. the option to set file extension list is just below the checkbox configuration.

      Reply
  48. Keith

    Hello,

    We’ve noticed an issue that seems to occur only in Firefox. If a file that is uploaded with spaces in it (Example: My Download File.pdf), then when someone using Firefox (Win/OS X, versions 19 and up) then the file does not download properly. Instead, it downloads as “My” with the rest of the file name truncated.

    It seems to work fine on all other browsers including IE 9/10, Safari and Chrome. While I was searching to see if anyone else was experiencing the same issue, I did come across this from Mozilla’s website: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Filenames_with_spaces_are_truncated_upon_download

    Not sure if it will help.

    Thanks!

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    1. anantshri Post author

      Hi Jerem,

      I will see if i can do something about it in next release.

      However have you tried the new html upload which i hope should be able to upload multiple files using ctrl as multi select.

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  49. Héctor

    Hi anantshri,

    I’m trying to update my multisite wordpress from 3.6.1, to 3.7.1 and it shows to notice errors:

    Notice: Undefined index: action in /srv/www/XXXXX/YYYYY/wp-content/plugins/wp-filemanager/wp-filemanager.php on line 65
    Notice: has_cap was called with an argument that is deprecated since version 2.0! Usage of user levels by plugins and themes is deprecated. Use roles and capabilities instead. in /srv/www/XXXXX/YYYYY/wp-includes/functions.php on line 3017

    Is this a problem with 3.7.1? Has it any solution?

    Thank you.

    Reply
    1. anantshri Post author

      Hi Hector,

      This is in my list of to do items will work on this release.

      BTW the error will go away if you disable php errors and the plugin should work just fine for now.
      But yes this needs to go and will be taken care in next release.

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  50. Bilal

    Hello,

    I enjoy your plugin which solved my problem :D
    However, when I upload a file which name already exists in the destination folder, the old file (with the same name) is overwritten by the new. I would like to keep all files (by automatically changing the name : for example toto.html become toto1.html) without overwrite them.

    Thank you very much :)

    Reply
    1. anantshri Post author

      Hi Bilal,

      french transalation is already present you need to manually change config in current release for it.

      Next release will have an option to do it via GUI.

      -Anant

      Reply
    1. anantshri Post author

      Thanks Hans I will see if i can make that process seemless.

      I will also make sure to include the updated file for next release with proper credit.

      thanks for the effort.

      Reply
  51. Tony Bellardi

    Hi very thanks again for this splendid plug..

    I ask you in my bad english only if is possible to add the simple “link” on the name of file for open the file, the computer that you use select the program for open it.

    Sorry for disturbe i have ask you this another time.

    Reply
    1. anantshri Post author

      Hey Tony,

      That would be possible only via download option.
      the edit link is also present which allows you to edit it using the inbuilt basic text editor.

      Reply
  52. Charles

    Anant,

    While I am not a ‘noobie’ I do have significant memory problems. For that reason, I document A LOT. I created my own copy of the FileMamager readme file to remind myself of solutions for future reference. It starts with the following ‘Notes to Self”. I keep these ‘Notes to Self’ at the top of my edited readme file to 1) preserve the integrity of your (or anyone else’) original work and 2) because often when I forget, the same questions usually arise, therefore, my notes are easy to find. I consider this information critical to noobs and other forgetful people like myself. Some of it might be worth considering for inclusion in your FileManager plugin readme file.

    Please feel free to copy or alter as needed if you feel this is of value to include.

    Best regards, Charles

    *****************************************************************************

    => NOTES TO SELF It is best to use ‘../’ or whatever is the best directory navigation designation to reference the home directory of your WordPress site.

    *****

    => Original readme content below. <=

    ************************************************************************

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    1. Charles

      It seems some info got cut off, sorry.

      *****************************************************************************

      => NOTES TO SELF It is best to use ‘../’ or whatever is the best directory navigation designation to reference the home directory of your WordPress site.

      *****

      => Original readme content below. <=

      ***********************************

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      1. Charles

        hmmmm…, also…

        Downloading and uploading File Manager files under a new name does not make them editable. To make them editable, you must

        1) Download the file to be edited.
        2) Copy the File Manager file contents to the clipboard.
        3) In File Manager, create a new file with a new name.
        4) Paste the contents of the clipboard into the new file.
        5) Save.
        6) You may then edit the new file to your heart’s content.

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        1. anantshri Post author

          Thanks Charles for the comment. It would be great if you do create a blog post about your experience with wp-filemanager and i will make sure to link it here.

          Also thanks for letting me know about the quarks if it is possible i would try to ease the efforts required. But i think the major problem regarding file editing might have something to do with your file permissions.

          -Anant

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          1. Charles Maginnis

            Anantshri, After thinking about you Blog suggestion, I submitted the following suggestion to WordPress.org under ‘Requests and Feedback’. Maybe this will help all author’s support efforts? Please tell me what you think.

            *****

            I think it might be better on the page, http://profiles.wordpress.org/UserName, when a User selects ‘Favorites’, reverse the columns ‘My Activity’ and ‘My Favorite Plugins’.

            Under the left hand column, ‘My Favorite Plugins’, list the ‘My Favorite Plugins’ in an alphabetical vertical list with ‘Show All Activity’ as the first item in the list. If a User clicks on the ‘Show All Activity’ link in the left column, ALL of the Users’ activity is listed in the right hand ‘My Activity’ column, as is currently shown. If a User clicks on a Plugin Name in the left column, only the User’s ‘My Activity’ for that Plugin is shown in the right ‘My Activity’ column.

            Add a third column, ‘Resolved’ on the far right of the ‘My Activity’.

            In the Support Forums, if an Author denotes a thread in his support forum as ‘Resolved’, that “Resolved’ designation becomes a link to the User’s http://profiles.wordpress.org/UserName page.

            In this way, a User’s Profile Page then becomes a readily accessible Support Blog for the resolved issues.

            I have constructed a 75 kb jpeg to illustrate this proposed new format if you are interested in seeing it.

            Best Regards.

          2. anantshri Post author

            I agree Charles, this can help. I will chip in on the discussion thread you created.

    1. anantshri Post author

      Hi Kisse,
      I would personally rate this plugin for advance to expert level user, using this plugin without knowledge of HTML or much about computers you have more chances of messing things up then making it right.

      -Anant

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  53. Charles Maginnis

    Kisse, Editing your WordPress files can easily and permanently DESTROY you site if you do not know what you are doing. Also, if you change any of the files and then update to a later version of WordPress or the theme you are using, you will lose all of your changes. consequently, a plugin like FileManager better serves those who are developing new themes they are writing from scratch or using a current theme as a base to work from and have no intention of updating the original theme with new releases. In that case, their edited files become a new theme all together and in turn get modified with its’ own updates. I would recommend that you start with something like the plugin, Child Themify and keep a copy of your changes in a Text (.txt) file. At most you will be placing modifications in one of two files, most changes will probably be in the child themes’ style.css file, which is used to define the appearance such as borders, color, fonts, etc, Other features that you change or make available through coding (which you say you do not know much about) would go into the second file called functions.php. Then, if you break your site and don’t know how to repair your modifications, you can always delete the contents of your child themes’ style.css and/or fnctions.php files and start over. By the way, these are both simply text files that end in .css or ‘php and instead of keeping a copy of your changes in a .txt file, you could work from copies of these two files. This way nothing is lost or irrevocably broken, at least until you get a much better working knowledge of how to write and alter code snippets. I hope this helps.

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  54. han

    I’ve installed wp-filemanager plugin, everything seems working normally,
    but i can’t find wp-content folder,
    i’m suppose to find a png file inside,
    please help me..
    [email protected]
    thanks

    Reply
    1. anantshri Post author

      Hi Han,

      can you please check the home folder location in your filemanager settings. you may want to tweak it a bit add a few ../ or remove a few ../ or if you know the direct folder path then set that as path.

      Reply
  55. Michael

    Hi,

    I used your plugin and when I selected more than one file and uploaded, everything showed okay but then my wordpress broke. Whenever I look at the site, it shows a page that looks like I’m logged into wordpress and the bottom shows the site. Need your help figuring out what broke.

    Thanks!

    Reply
    1. anantshri Post author

      Hi Michael,

      as discussed over email your issues seems to be identified for now. However i am working on a fix which can make sure such things never happen. Hopefully next release will be out in a few weeks.

      Reply

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