If your filelist folder contains sub-folders each sub-folder should also contain its own index page with a copy of your filelist code
Using html you can also set a custom output template and filter NOTE: the reserved characters in your template MUST be converted to the NAMED html entity equivalent < = < > = > & = & " = "
You can force a file to download instead of opening with a special "get" variable added to the file url ?xt_download=1
Filelist template variables
"parsed" option has underscores converted to spaces
"base" option returns the file name without the extension
.file_type. returns the name of the icon file
(without .png extension)
As used by the Xtgem filebrowser for that type of file .file_url.
.file_size. .file_size_kb. .file_size_mb.
.file_date. .file_time. .file_datetime.
Filelist template converter
here is a simple template for a forced download filelist
and a converter to create the correct format
Enter your filter text
Use the query (?) to replace any one character
Use the asterisk ( * ) to replace any sequence or string of characters.
If the first character in the filter is minus (-) the filter will become negative