PS4.01 not finding images or css
Just installed PS4.01 in a sub-directory and the install went fine.
However when viewing the site or the admin the images are all broken and none of the css is employed.
when i try to access the css directly:
i get the following error:
You don't have permission to access /store/webassist/themes/Crazy/css/crazy_styles.css on this server.
double check the permissions on the store webassist/ directory, it looks like the need to be elevated to allow the css to load.
What should they be? And should I do a recursive change on the directory and all its contents?
the important numbers in the permissions are the last three, they set the permissions level for "Owner, User, Everyone"
777 = Read, Write, Execute for all 3 user levels
775 = Read, Write, Execute For Owner and User. Read and Execute for everyone.
750 = Read, Write, Execute for Owner, Read, Execute for User, None for everyone.
640 = Read, Write for Owner. Read for User, None for everyone
the problem is the 640 and 750 permissions. the everyone user needs to have at least read permissions. 744 or 766 would do the trick.
What does the first number refer to in the examples I included?
cms is 764
file manipulation, form validations, framework, globals and plugins are all 760. Should those be changed as well?
To be honest, I'm not really sure. I think they are only relevant in Unix systems and refer to how permission inheritance is handled, but i dont have any detailed info on it.
Still not working.
Should everything have read privileges?
Or what should not?
yes, at the very least everything should have read privileges for the Owner, Group and every one users.
OK will do.
It is Unix and breaks down as follows…
the owner user
the owner group
Everything now has read permissions (I think) and still no go.
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