Technical References - [movefolder]

Move a folder and all its contenton your webspace

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texte = [movefolder from=path&to=path] Putting [movefolder from=images/2015&to=old_images/2015] in your template immediately moves the folder called "2015" to another directory "old_images/2015." The original folder is deleted. [movefolder], will overwrite an existing folder of the same name already on the disk, and all the files within; so use with caution. See also [writefile], [appendfile], [createfolder], [copyfile], [movefile], [deletefile], [renamefile], [renamefolder] and [deletefolder] [movefolder from=path&to=path]

Putting [movefolder from=images/2015&to=old_images/2015] in your template immediately moves the folder called "2015" to another directory "old_images/2015." The original folder is deleted. [movefolder], will overwrite an existing folder of the same name already on the disk, and all the files within; so use with caution.

See also [writefile], [appendfile], [createfolder], [copyfile], [movefile], [deletefile], [renamefile], [renamefolder] and [deletefolder]

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