I suggest you ...

option to upload to different folders: images, download, etc

Sites today have multiple folders: downloads, images, video, etc.. Its becomes essential......

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  • Zach commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I just signed up for CushyCMS and this is my only issue. I want my client to overwrite image files and/or just be able to place them in the proper folder so as to not load up the root directory. Any solution? Or is this a Pro subscription feature?

  • David commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This is by far the biggest problem I have so far - i want the client to overwrite images in the "images/parts" folder and then on another page maybe "images/accessories" folder. The images are labelled simply 01.jpg 02.jpg and so on. The wya this is currently set is that the image is placed at default so I end up with 01.jpg being overwritten with 01.jpg from aprts" for example.

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