Upload .vcf files in joomla

I wanted vcards or .vcf files to uploaded and downloaded from a joomla site so the customer could update them themselves.

I had K2 installed on the site and it was easy for me to download the .vcf file, but uploading was unsupported.

JCE was installed and I discovered that JCE “File Manager” add-on has an allowable file extensions built in. It was easy for me to add the extension. Then I used “JCE File Browser” to upload the files. Here is the article that helped me out.

https://www.joomlacontenteditor.net/support/forum/unable-to-link-to-a-file-with-extension-vcf

I hope this helps someone else out there…

 

2 Comments

  1. Thank you , just the info I needed
    I’m using A-Z contact list extension, I noticed it allowed Vcards to be downloaded,
    I have JVC file browser too
    so Now I’ll try to figure out how to integrate it into my contacts directory or user page
    thanks again, its definitely helpful knowing others are looking for the same solution 🙂

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