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dancurry61

dancurry61 Purchased

So, I just installed the package. I go to the WordPress admin panel and see the new “File Manager” section. Great! I click on the File Manager>Users page where I see three usernames listed (as expected) and then my username as

<username>’s Folders

The list of folders assigned to me is empty, so I click on one of the folders available in the drop down menu, select “Read/Write” access (I am an admin, after all, I should have full rights), and click Add Folder, and… nothing. No files are added to my list of available folders.

Did I miss a step?

And please don’t ask me to mail you back end access to my website. That is a terrible security issue and you should stop asking your customers for that access.

dancurry61

dancurry61 Purchased

Problem resolved: you include a file named “settings.php” in your directory. I have a global settings file named “settings.php” and have set up my PHP.ini file to find that file from various directories. I believe my file is overriding your file, causing the $table_name variable to be set incorrectly.

For a quick fix, I’ll rename your settings file. If that works, I’ll go through the process of updating my site code and set yours back to right, so that any future upgrades will continue to work.

dancurry61

dancurry61 Purchased

Now that I have the product up and running, I’m quite impressed! One last question for now (I figure I’m due a freebie since I answered my own last question!)—do subdirectories inherit the permissions of their parent directories?

Hi, Yeah the sub-folder do inherit the permissions of the parent folders. If have have read/write permission to a folder, you’ll also have read/write permissions to all the sub-folders in it.

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