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[Resolved] Lockdown WP-Content with Supercache

  • Using the solution here I was able to change the permissions on wp-content to 755 instead of 777- maybe this could be included in the next version?

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  • My wp-content is 755 and v 0.4 of Super Cache works fine out of the box.

    I’m far from an expert, but I think it has to with how your hosting company sees the user context. On “A Small Orange” hosting, if I set wp-content to 755 I get an error, unless I make the change mentioned in the link. Once I do that, works fine. It’s something like 50 characters on one of the if statements, it’s a fairly straightforward fix. Provided it doesn’t break anything else… It seems to work fine for me, otherwise I have to run with wp-content at 777 and that’s not smart.

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