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Media Library

Last Updated: Oct 11, 2016 01:33PM EDT

The Media Library application lets you add a file download section to your pages, through which users can search and download files from a file library. Just go to Add-Ons found on the Left Menu, click Learn More > Activate to install the Media Library application on your account. Once you've done this, the application will appear in the My Add-Ons section on the Left Menu. The Media Library element is added to a page in the same manner as any other content element. Simply drag-and-drop the Media Library on a blue area of the page to apply the element wherever you want it to appear.

Once you choose a position on the page and apply the element, the properties for the Media Library application will open:


  • Library Name: This name will be used only internally.
  • Header Title: Title of the Media Library that will be seen by end-users.
  • Show Search: Allow visitors to search through the files in the Media Library.
  • Show Description: Visitors will be able to see description for each file.
  • Items Per Page: How many files should be shown per page.

Once added on a page, this is how the Media Library will be displayed (note that the "Add New File" button will appear only in Admin View of the page):


Add Files

In order to insert files in the Media Library, click on the "Add New File" button. The following window will open:


  • Source - Files can be browsed from the file system, or from the web.
  • Name - Specify a name for the file.
  • Icon - You can upload a custom icon that will appear next to the file's name.
  • Description - Brief description of the file (it will appear under the file's name).
  • File Order - You can change where the file is shown in the library by setting a file order. Number 1 means on the top.
  • Date - You can specify a date for the file.

Once you have added files, here is how the Media Library will be displayed for end-users:

Customize the appearance of the Media Library
You can customize the background color of different sections of the Media Library from by hovering it's icon under My Add-Ons and clicking on the cogwheel icon.

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