Commit 660d40db authored by sajolida's avatar sajolida
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Add icons to explain 'file container' and 'partition' (#15670)

parent f6dbc566
......@@ -44,12 +44,26 @@ Difference between file containers and partitions
With <span class="application">VeraCrypt</span> you can store your files
encrypted in two different kinds of *volumes*:
- *File containers*. A file container is a single big file inside which you can
store several files encrypted, a bit like a ZIP file.
- *Partitions (or entire disk)*. Usually USB sticks and hard disks have a single
partition of their entire size but they can also be split into several
partitions. This way you can encrypted a whole USB stick for example.
<h3>File containers</h3>
<div class="icon">
[[!img container-icon.png link="no"]]
<div class="text">
<p>A file container is a single big file inside which you can store
several files encrypted, a bit like a ZIP file.</p>
</div>
</div>
<h3>Partitions (or entire disks)</h3>
<div class="icon">
[[!img partition-icon.png link="no"]]
<div class="text">
<p>Usually USB sticks and hard disks have a single partition of their
entire size but they can also be split into several partitions. This way
you can encrypted a whole USB stick for example.</p>
</div>
</div>
<a id="parameters"></a>
......@@ -84,6 +98,8 @@ volume was created:
Using a file container
======================
[[!img container-icon.png link="no" alt=""]]
<a id="container-files"></a>
Unlocking a file container without keyfiles
......@@ -201,6 +217,8 @@ Closing a file container
Using a partition (or entire disk)
==================================
[[!img partition-icon.png link="no" alt=""]]
<a id="partition-files"></a>
Unlocking a partition (or entire disk) without keyfiles
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