var sidebar_align = 'right';
var content_container_margin = parseInt('350px');
var sidebar_width = parseInt('330px');
folder with 777 permission
i install joomla on my server but need 777 permission.
can anyone give me to advice for best resolution security for 777 permission?
thanks in advance for your help
Many hosting firms make use phpsuExec or suExec, which change the way the Web Server runs, where the Web Server run as your username, The use of the other permissions, may not be required, you only need to configure directories to be writable to your own username and groupname, this allows directory permissions to be set as 755 or 775 instead of 757 or 777.
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At a minimum your folders should be 755 and your files 644.
You dont need 777 permissions, if you do you need to reconfigure your server as thats very insecure.
For installing Joomla , some files must need 777 permission at the installation time . After installing it you can change the file permissions to 644 and folder permission to 755 .
Try to find a apply all to all sub folders etc.
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This totally depends on the server configuration. If you have suPHP enabled, you can't set more than 755 permissions.
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