Easy Folder Listing is up!!!

Posted on April 19, 2010. Filed under: General | Tags: |

Hi Everyone! I’ve just posted my newest Joomla extension. It’s called the Easy Folder Listing for Joomla 1.5. I am really excited about it. It’s a pretty simple module, though. So, what does it do? Well, it allows you to list the files for download from a folder in a Joomla 1.5 installation. You can easily use this in conjunction with my Easy File Uploader module, as well.

I would have uploaded it sooner, but my local ISP has been giving my lots of problems. I haven’t been able to used the Internet at home since Saturday afternoon. For this entire year, I have been having intermittent Internet problems. I have decided to change my ISP this week. I really have had enough. It was especially horrible this weekend, since I had so many things to do, especially on my blog. Anyways… enough of my ranting…

Easy Folding Listing also gives you the option to list the contents in either a table or a list. It also allows you to change the colors of the rows and border. You have the option to link to the files or just to list them. You can also Show an icon for each file that represents its type. You can also show the file extension, if you like. In addition to this, you can show metadata apart from the file name, such as file size, and date (and time) modified.

It’s a pretty useful module. I hope you all like it. If you have any questions or find any quirks or bugs, just post a message about it on the page. I submitted it for approval at the joomla extensions site. So, hopefully, it should be approved soon.  Other than that, enjoy!

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hello,

is there a way to use this module on a web page (article)? I dont want to display any folder structure on my site menu navigations, just wanted to display it as a page

thansk

Yeah. Actually, I explain how to do so on this page. Just give it an arbitrary position, then in the article iself, use the module loadposition and it will display in the article.


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