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All media files, such as images, video, audio and documents, that you’ve ever uploaded to posts or pages are listed in your media library.

This is where you can manage all existing media files or upload new files (Media > Add New) directly to your blog without having to start a new post or page.

Media Library

Storage Space

Your Storage ‘Space Used’ is displayed in your media library (Media > Library) and is based on all the files in your media library.

Storage space allowance on Edublogs blogs is:

  1. 32 MB free Edublogs blogs
  2. 500 MB upgraded student blogs (student blog attached to an Edublogs Pro via My Class)
  3. 10 GB Edublogs Pro blogs and CampusPress blogs

If you plan to upload numerous audio, video or large files to your blog you will need to increase your storage ‘space allowed’ by upgrading to Edublogs Pro.

Please note:

  • Deleting posts or pages doesn’t reduce your storage space used!
  • To free up storage space you need to delete files not associated with posts and pages directly from your media library (Media > Library) and then contact Edublogs support to reset your storage space.

Storage space usage

Deleting files

To delete any files from your blog you need to delete them directly from your Media Library.  Deleting posts and pages doesn’t delete media files such as images, video, audio and document; and it doesn’t decrease your storage space usage.

Your media library is where all media files, such as images, video, audio and document are stored.

You do delete files by going to Media > library inside your dashboard.

Media Library

Important deleting tips

  • Be careful! Once deleted you can’t undelete a file.  If the file you delete was added to a post or page, it will no longer be available for your readers.  For example, if you delete an image that is being used in a post then the image will no longer display in the post.
  • Only delete files that you are certain you want permanently deleted.
  • The URL of the file may continue to display the file for a few days as files are cached.
  • Once you’ve deleted files you need to contact Edublogs support so we can manually reset your storage space.
  • Images deleted from your blog may be cached by search engines such as Google.  You may need to contact them directly to remove the image from their cache.

Delete A File

By default, the Media library displays files in a Grid View.

Grid View

It’s easier to delete files by displaying the files in List View.  Click on the List View icon on the top left menu bar to change List mode.

Click on List view

The List View mode displays the files in a list.

List View

Hovering your mouse over a file name brings up the Edit, Delete, and View action links below the title.

Media Action links

Clicking the action link Delete Permanently removes that file from your blog and deletes it. Be careful! Once deleted you can’t undelete a file.

Delete Permanently link

If the file you delete was in a post or page, it will no longer be available for your readers.

For example, if you delete an image that is being used in a post then the image will no longer display in the post.

Deleting an image

Bulk Deletion

You can delete multiple files at the same using the bulk deletion option.

This is as simple as select the checkbox next to the files you wish to delete.

Select the images you want to delete

Now select the Delete Permanently Option from the drop down menu and click Apply.

Delete permanently