Support » Plugin: Loginizer » Apparent wrong / dir permissions displayed in Loginizer Dashboard

  • Hi All,
    When viewing the Loginizer Dashboard to review security settings – everything shows correctly – e.g. wp-config.php is writeable: no – which is correct.

    And all the file and Dir permissions show how they really are set – except:

    Relative path / (which is public_html/) 755, recommended 750

    In reality public_html is set to 750

    Anyone know why Loginizer insists on saying it’s 755?

    Great plugin, just would like to resolve this.

    Many thanks!

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  • Plugin Author loginizer

    (@loginizer)

    Hi,

    Can you give me a screenshot ?
    As per the code the suggested value is 0755.

    Regards

    Hi, ok you’re right – I was viewing on my iPad at first – and Loginizer doesn’t display well on an iPad (or Mac for that matter).
    Link to the Mac screenshot – http://www.screencast.com/t/JZryOHdFeXg
    Link to the iPad screenshot – http://www.screencast.com/t/rIgSUZJN4HCt

    Suggestions:
    1) It would be nice if the display was formatted to display well on Mac and iOS devices.
    2) If an actual file permission is set more restrictive than suggested then don’t make it red just because it’s not exactly at the suggested permission – e.g. in my screenshots the actual permission is 750 and the suggested is 755. I think any actual that is less restrictive than suggested should be red, anything more restrictive should be green, and when exactly at suggested should also be green or maybe black.

    Thanks for your fast response above!

    Plugin Author loginizer

    (@loginizer)

    Hi,

    This will be done in the next version.

    Regards

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