– If the two users upload the file with the same filename, the later file would take an extended unique number with the filename based on the time uploaded.
– For the simplicity reason and to differentiate site contents from user contents, user uploaded files are stored in “file” folder. Yes, it could be stored in regular WordPress directories. But the defined file path for the plugin is “file” directory. It would great to know if there any specific reason why the file should be stored in “/wp-content/year/month” directory? Also, is storing in the “file” folder make any difficulties for you?
Thanks for the clarification – this sounds ok. My suggestion is just in terms of site migration and standardisation. I am also unsure if there are any additional security concerns around a plugin using a custom directory like this.
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