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Mimic folder/file hieararchy in FIle Gallery/elFinder's links

Status
Open
Subject
Mimic folder/file hieararchy in FIle Gallery/elFinder's links
Version
22.x (future, currently trunk)
Category
  • Feature request
Feature
File Gallery (elFinder or standard UI)
Resolution status
New
Submitted by
Saša Janiška
Lastmod by
Saša Janiška
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Description

Hello,

I do miss one feature which prevents me to fully dedicate myself to using/migrating-to Tiki and I believe it is especially important for those users wanting to work on the content offline using their preferred editor and e.g Markdown plugin...

Let's take example of Tiki's Features page - beautiful page with many image. The only problem which I see is that the links for images are completely separated from the content itself, iow. there is no semantical link between the content and the image since e.g. link for the Wiki section does not show any connection text and the image.

Let's compare it with e.g Grav - Flat File CMS and one of the demo skeletons...

If we visit one post, we can inspect the URL for one of the associated images which clearly tells us that the image is associate with certain post.

Furthermore, (Grav) user can write such post online, but also offline using "standard" Markdown syntax and keep the images in the same folder as the post itself - I already wrote about it in my post to devel-list. - using simple syntax:

![Photo19](photo19.jpg)

The same thing would happen when using one of many static-site-generators...

Suppose, that I'm about to write a series articles/post about Vedic math...the subject requires using math symbols, lot of diagrams etc. which requires lot of time and is not suitable task for online editor without proper syntax high. support, auto-completion etc.

By using elFinder I can drag&drop the whole folder with e.g. images from my desktop to the tiki, I can also write the whole content offline using my preferred editor using Markdown, but the things break when I need to reference images in the content. frown since the URL to be used within Wiki will become something like:

{img fileId="9"}

So, I'm interested whether:

  1. my proposal does have any appeal to Tiki devs

  1. is it difficult to modify Tiki codebase to enable one to somehow mimic filesystem's folder/hierarchy so that if we upload image to blog-1/post-1/post-1-image.png then it would be possible to e.g. use the following Markdown syntax:


![Image 1 for post 1](blog-1/post-1/post-1-image.png

to reference it?


Sincerely,
Gour

Importance
5
Easy to solve?
5
Priority
25
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Ticket ID
7575
Created
Friday 16 October, 2020 07:59:27 GMT-0000
LastModif
Friday 16 October, 2020 11:03:33 GMT-0000

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