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[Plugin: WP Super Cache] Where is the writable file that I need to change?

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  • Here is the writeable file I’m referring to

    Warning! /home/content/67/8491167/html/wp-content is writeable!

    Plugin Author Donncha O Caoimh

    @donncha

    See the documentation on the plugin homepage as it has info on this very warning. You’ll likely have to ftp in to your server or use some sort of cpanel to fix it.

    I am in my ftp settings in my host’s server page. I cannot find the /home/content/67/8491167/html/wp-content

    I am able to see html/wp-content I even see your plugin but I can’t find the file I need to change.

    Plugin Author Donncha O Caoimh

    @donncha

    That’s the right folder. You need to change the permissions on html/wp-content/

    Hi Donncha,
    I am in FTP, found the folder, highlighted permissions, and there are very few options. My host is godaddy for my wordpress and I don’t see how to rewrite the file. I have permissions, advanced, password protect (it’s not allowed on wp-content). I can change it to a file instead of a script but I don’t know how to rewrite the file or what to change to permission to.

    Plugin Author Donncha O Caoimh

    @donncha

    You should change the permissions to 0755 in your ftp client. Google your ftp client and “change file permissions” to find out how you do that.

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