19 January 2017

Media Library is part of the WebWave - responsive website creator without coding - which allows you to store the files needed to create a website. You can hold there both graphics, and many other types of files. It makes it easier access to files and allows you to create a website from multiple computers.

 

Opening the Media Library
Adding files to the Media Library
URL of the file currently loaded into the Media Library
Deleting files from Media Library
 

Opening the Media Library

 

To manage your media library, expand the "library" tab on the right side of the screen and click the button "manage library":

 

 

Adding files to the Media Library

 

To add files to the media library, drag them to the media library window, or click the button "Add files from disk" and browse them on your hard drive. You can add to the media library any files except executable files whose extensions are: .exe, .bat, .msi, .sh, .bin.

 

URL of the file currently loaded into the Media Library

 

Files uploaded to the Media Library, can be shared not only on your website. You can also use them elsewhere. To do this, use the URL of your file. To do so, select the file. Its URL is displayed on the right side in the details window.

 

 

Deleting files from Media Library

 

To delete a file from the Media Library, select it in the library, and then in the file details window on the right side, click "delete permanently". Remember, however, that if you delete image files from the media library, they will be simultaneously deleted from the WebWave creator, your page and all the pages on which they appear

 

You can also delete multiple files at once. To do this, select all the files in the library that you want to delete and click "delete permanently", in the same way as removing a single file.

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