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Needing to use the new file manager?

File Manager

To upload any type of file to any folder on your web site, login to your Admin Console and click on the “File Manager” link, then click “Manage Files”. You will then see a short explanation and a link to “Click Here to use the CAMEO EZ File Manager”. A login will appear that already has your CAMEO EZ information. Click login.

When the File Manager loads you will see a screen similar to this:




File Manager Screen

You will see all the folders on your web site in the “Folders” sidebar on the left as well as in the main window, where you will also see files. Note that you can see the files’ and folders’ size, type and date, as well as the file permissions and ownership, to the right of each folder or file name.

NOTE: If you are uploading product images they must be uploaded to the correct folder. On a wholesale site you must upload your product images to the /images/import folder. The images cannot be in subfolders; the individual images must be uploaded directly to the respective folders.

Navigate folders (directories) in the sidebar or double-click on any folder in the main window to open it and see its contents.

Below is the File Manager Toolbar. You can also get these options by right-clicking on a file.

File Manager Toolbar
File Manager Toolbar

Viewing an image
To see an image, double-click on it in the main window. A window will popup displaying the image.

Uploading Files
To upload files to your web site, Click the Upload Icon in the toolbar. Files will upload to the current directory, so you may need to first open the folder you want to upload to. To upload files, click the “Upload” icon. A window will open.

NOTE: The first folder you see when you login to the File Manager is the “Domain Root” or “html” folder. File permissions are set more tightly on that folder for security reasons. Ordinarily you will not need to upload files to the Domain Root folder, but if you do, you may need to contact OmegaNet to adjust the permissions of that folder so you can upload to it. The same may be true of other folders. If your upload fails, you may need to contact OmegaNet to adjust permissions.

First you will see the Standard Upload screen, which is fine for uploading a few files. Simply click “Browse” to select up to 7 images from your computer or network, then click the “Save” button to upload. >

File Manager Standard Upload Window

To upload more than 7 files, Click the “flashupload” tab. Click “Add” and a window will open showing the files on your computer. You may need to navigate to the folder where you have stored your files. Click on the Save button. Please note that we have become aware of an issue relating to the “Flash Upload” feature of the File Manager. It may not work in all browsers because of changing support for Adobe Flash, which has fallen into disfavor and isn’t supported at all on iOS devices. If you have large numbers of files to upload, you should use an FTP client such as FileZilla. Information from the support site about using FTP is on this support site.

File Manager “Flash” Upload Window

You can select multiple files by clicking once on the first file, holding Shift and clicking the last file, or holding CTRL and clicking multiple files if they are not together. When you have selected your files click “Open”. Your files will appear in the Flash Upload window. When it is finished click “Upload Files”.

File Manager “Flash” Upload Files Window

Downloading Files
Click once on a file to select it, then click the Download icon in the toolbar or right-click on the highlighted file(s) and select “Download” from the menu. A box will pop up that will give you the option of opening the file in a program or saving to your computer.

If you need to download multiple files, use the “Archive” function. Click the “Archive” icon and a window will pop up which will give you the opportunity to name the archive file, select Zip compression or several Tar formats. Zip is preferred for the Windows operating system. By checking “Download?” your compressed file will automatically be downloaded to your default download location.

Creating New Files and Folders
To create a new file or folder/directory, click “New File/Directory” icon in the toolbar.