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File uploads, but won't display on host server

Thread began 10/15/2009 9:56 am by jstoler155201 | Last modified 10/16/2009 9:22 am by jstoler155201 | 2256 views | 3 replies


File uploads, but won't display on host server

First of all, this is in reference to the upload section of Power Store. But it applies to DFP.

I can upload and resize files to my test server and the host server, BUT, they only show up on the test server. When I go into the host server by ftp and check the Upload file, there are my images, but somehow they are set to a permission of only 600, they need to be 644 to display. I have the Images and Uploads folders at 755 and used 775, but the images always went to 600.

Is this DFP? My host claims it is not the server.

What can I do? And how do I update DFP, and the other extensions used in PowerStore? Several extensions, including DFP have issued new dot releases since I purchased PowerStore.

Thanks for your help.

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