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Visit *******OrderYourName**** for more WordPress Tutorials and cPanel Tutorials. First of all, you need t...
Visit *******OrderYourName**** for more WordPress Tutorials and cPanel Tutorials. First of all, you need to be logged in. After you have logged in, you need to find the icon labeled File Manager. Step 1: Once you have found it, click on the icon or on the label.Next, a pop up window appears labeled File Manager Directory Selection.choose the option Web Root (public_html/www). Also make sure that the checkbox labeled Show Hidden Files(dotfiles) is checked. And then, click on the button labeled Go. Step 2: What you should now see is the folder structure of your web server.Navigate your way to the folder that has the file permissions that you want to change. You can do this by clicking on the plus (+) signs beside the folder that you want to dig into. Clicking the plus sign reveals the folders within. Step 3: Once you have found the folder you want to change, click on it and you will see the files inside that folder. If you want to change a file's permissions, click on the checkbox beside the file and then click on the Change Permissions icon near the top of the screen; in most installations of Cpanel, the Change Permissions icon looks like a key. Step 4: You should now see a popup window labeled Change Permissions. This is where you will do the actual manipulation of the file's permission settings. You should now see a popup window labeled Change Permissions. This is where you will do the actual manipulation of the file's permission settings. * The most liberal permission settings is 777, which means that absolutely anybody can read, write, and execute the file. Other common permission settings are 644 and 655. The first digit refers to permissions given to the owner of a file (or directory). The second refers to the permissions of the owner group. The next is the permissions given to the public. Step 5: After you have selected the level of permission that you want, click the Change Permissions button. You now have successfully changed the permission settings of your file. Visit *******OrderYourName**** for more WordPress Tutorials and cPanel Tutorials.
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