I installed the WP SuperCache plug-in today and while configuring noticed the following warning message:
Directly Cached Files
Warning! /home2/ericpeop/public_html/epicimagesonline/ is writable. Please make it readonly after your page is generated as this is a security risk.
Add direct page:
Directly cached files are files created directly off /home2/ericpeop/public_html/epicimagesonline/ where your blog lives. This feature is only useful if you are expecting a major Digg or Slashdot level of traffic to one post or page.
For example: to cache http://www.epicimagesonline.com/about/, you would enter http://www.epicimagesonline.com/about/ or /about/. The cached file will be generated the next time an anonymous user visits that page.
Make the textbox blank to remove it from the list of direct pages and delete the cached file.
I have no idea what this means. The text below the warning doesn’t seem to address the warning at all. What am I supposed to be making read-only and how do I do it. Should I do it? What should I do?