Files are stored in folders. In general the INTERDUBS folder structure works very much like the hierarchy that you know from a computer. INTERDUBS stores files and folders in a database. Which allows for the following enhancements:
- file names can contain virtually all characters.
- files and folders are always unique in the database. They can have the same name.
- the database knows at all times how many files are contained in a given folder, and how much space they occupy
- meta information can be attached to each file. Some of it is internal, other is user editable, like [notes], [tags] or [credits]
functions that are related to files have a blue button color.
See File Management for a list of operations that you apply to files.
See Uploads for ways to add files to INTERDUBS.
See File types for supported file types.