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Above or Below Public_HTML folder, that is the question.

Thread began 8/30/2011 4:06 pm by chrisindfw424719 | Last modified 8/31/2011 10:05 am by Jason Byrnes | 711 views | 1 replies |


Above or Below Public_HTML folder, that is the question.

I have a simple question on where everyone is placing the webassist files at? Do they have to go inside/under the public_html folder or can it be above that where typically one would put php include files? I just want to make sure the files are located at a place that is not that visible.


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the webassist files should in the public_html folder. they will need to be in a location accessible to the browser.

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