Support » Plugins » Foliopress WYSIWYG support: Great

  • Resolved ssarrawnt


    Just wanted to say that the support for this plugin is absolutely great. At the beginning, the editor did not show up at all, but it was a matter of ftp-access levels (777). So I set the “plugins” folder permissions to 777 and voila! the plugin worked greatly. Also, I needed a “Instert Table” button to work with tables in my site, and then there was the custom toolbar option to add the ‘Table’ button in it. The result is superb and I just want to say a big THANKS to this plugin Author.

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  • FolioVision


    Hello ssarrawnt,

    actually you don’t have to make it 777, 755 must be enough. There’s no point in leaving your plugin files writeable.

    The problem with your site was, that some of the plugin files just wasn’t readable at all. I’m not sure how you uploaded those files, or if the issue was related to your host somehow.

    This plugin is not modifying any files (except for uploading images and creating image thumbnails, but those go to some other directory you create), absolutely no reason for write permissions.

    Please try 755. You site will be more secure.


    Hello, I have been getting an ugly message like the one below.

    Warning: mkdir() [function.mkdir]: Permission denied in /home/… …./wp-content/plugins/foliopress-wysiwyg/fckeditor/editor/plugins/kfm/initialise.php on line 172

    Make sure your /images directory has the 777 permissions. 755 can be enough too, depending on your PHP configuration (PHP Fast CGI).

    I have tried resetting permissions on “/images” directories with no effect. Perhaps I have not found the correct “/images” directory. I would like to know what the path to the correct directory is if someone could help?

    Additionally, at the very end of the warning message, it says the following:

    error: “” could not be created

    I am not sure if this is useful information or not.

    Hello Myroar,

    the directory will be in the server document root. It will be most likely the directory with your .htaccess file and WordPress installation. It’s referenced by your domain name.

    You can find out the exact path by running a simple PHP script as this one:

    We will automate this check and include any necessary debug info in the next version of our plugin.


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