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  • Citizen

    (@citizen)


    I’ve enabled this feature, and set the permissions of “wp-content” very writable.
    I’ve also tried changing the path of the upload to no avail.
    I keep getting the same message that whatever folder I specify, including wp-content, isn’t writtable.
    Any suggestions?

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  • Anonymous

    Have you issued a “chmod 766 wp-content” command in a shell on the machine? Can you clearly confirm the folder is drwxrx-rw- ?

    carthik

    (@carthik)

    Looking at the exact error message will give you a clue as to what the upload path should be defined as… the error message tells you how the server looks at the path.

    Citizen

    (@citizen)

    It doesn’t look like you can use the file upload feature at this time because the directory you have specified (/home/smammers/public_html/wp-content ) doesn’t appear to be writable by WordPress. Check the permissions on the directory and for typos.
    That is the exact message I receive, and I did confirm the permissions through the database.

    Citizen

    (@citizen)

    Thank you that did it! Most excellent!

    Sushubh

    (@sushubh)

    OMG I helped someone! 😀

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