The file names in Boomla are the segments which you can also see in URLs.
Note that the file name is not a file's property but a file's address within its parent. Changing the file's name will not cause its fileHash to change. In contrast, the file title is a file property, changing it will cause its fileHash to change.
The file’s name may be generated from the file’s title.
Max length: 255 bytes.
The chars available in file names are quite restricted, whereas file titles may contain a much wider range. The valid chars are the following:
must not start with an underscore (
must not start with double dots (
file names starting with a dot (
.) followed by an uppercase letter are reserved, shall only be used for the purposes specified in the Boomla docs. For example: