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Returns one specific File Object. This function can be used to load existing content from the database, or create a new piece of content.

Loading Files

To load an existing file, pass in it's database id:

$file = $POD->getFile(array(

Creating Files

To create files, use the $content->addFile() and $person->addFile() functions.


Be sure to check for errors! In some instances, the content object may not be created properly, and will throw an error.

if (!$file->success()) {
  echo $file->error();
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