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Learn About Assets in Squidex and How to Use Them
This documentation is based on the FoodCrunch use case. Please open the link below alongside this page to understand the examples.
An asset in Squidex is a static content such as a file, a document, an image, a video or any other media file. These assets may be used along with the data in the Content area.
An example for our FoodCrunch user case could be the Logo for the startups.
Assets can be uploaded to the root or in folders. For example, assets of type images could be uploaded to a folder called images.
To create a folder click
icon (2), enter a Folder Name (3) e.g. images and click Create (4).
An asset has properties and some of these properties can be modified once you've uploaded the asset.
Properties such as Name, Slug, Tags and Metadata can be added and/or modified. Assets can also be protected from anonymous download by checking the Protected box. This makes the asset private, a token must be used to download it directly.
All assets uploaded are public by default.