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Thread began 12/18/2009 1:55 am by craigs386868 | Last modified 12/21/2009 11:53 am by craigs386868 | 976 views | 3 replies


Thanks but odd

Thanks for that yes all my files/folders are strait on the root directory and changing the permissions has fixed the issue, I must say though their is nothing in the instructions about changing folder read write permission (that I can see). Which is why I didn't do it... That plus I would have thought it a security risk?

I'm a designer so all this stuff is a bit above my pay grade so I could be well off the path... but I would have thought that opening permissions on these folders would be not be a wise thing to do.

As this is a clients site that sort of thing doesn't sit well with me ... am I wrong in thinking that or is there a potential risk however small?

If you have any thoughts on this I would be very interest and I'm sure there is plenty of others out their who would be a bit dull like me and wondering the same thing.

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