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CHMOD 755 corrupts htaccess (1 post)

  1. sdpate48
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I noticed and error message in W3TC said my wp-contents sub was set wrong at 777. Check and it was 777 so I changed it to 755 as suggested.

    W3TC overwrote my htaccess file with stuff that took my site down with a 500 error. The only way to fix it was to restore the htaccess file.

    This happens everytime I touch W3TC. The first time last fall I had to get the HostGator to restore the site - they told me how to do it myself - just delete the W3TC code.

    Why is that?


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