nicepage-images folder & administration

Ch3vr0n
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Ch3vr0n posted this 21 November 2019

I was wondering, i like my sourcecode as clean as possible without giving away what i use as a CMS or designing. To that end it seems like images that are loaded seperately are exported/loaded to/in a folder called "nicepage-images" which shows up in the source code.

Is there any way to change that behavior so that for my "joomla" templates the exported images to the actual /images folder in the installation zip and not to /content/images folder that when installed turns into "/images/nicepage-images" folder.

Oh and does nicepage have an administration backend for joomla like themler does?

I was wondering, i like my sourcecode as clean as possible without giving away what i use as a CMS or designing. To that end it seems like images that are loaded seperately are exported/loaded to/in a folder called "nicepage-images" which shows up in the source code. Is there any way to change that behavior so that for my "joomla" templates the exported images to the actual /images folder in the installation zip and not to /content/images folder that when installed turns into "/images/nicepage-images" folder. Oh and does nicepage have an administration backend for joomla like themler does?
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Support Team posted this 22 November 2019

Hi Wim,

Unfortunately, the default structure of the exported Nicepage projects cannot be changed.

Nicepage provides content editor plugin for Joomla and WordPress. It allows editing the content of Nicepage pages.
Both plugins can be downloaded here:
https://nicepage.com/download

Please let us know if you have any further questions.

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Sincerely,
Olivia
Nicepage Support Team

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Hi Wim, Unfortunately, the default structure of the exported Nicepage projects cannot be changed. Nicepage provides content editor plugin for Joomla and WordPress. It allows editing the content of Nicepage pages. Both plugins can be downloaded here: https://nicepage.com/download Please let us know if you have any further questions. ................................................... Sincerely, Olivia Nicepage Support Team Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp
Ch3vr0n
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Ch3vr0n posted this 22 November 2019

Oh I know about the plugins, perhaps in a future update you could change it so images end up in the actual /images folder of joomla

Oh I know about the plugins, perhaps in a future update you could change it so images end up in the actual /images folder of joomla
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