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Technical Support / file permissions
June 09, 2006, 04:00:42 AM
I got lazy and I've started using Website Baker to make my website.  After every time I change something I go and use the fix file permissions tool and everything was working fine.  Except it stopped working.  Now I have one page that still gives the "internal server error" even after using the fix file permissions tool.  I even tried manually setting the file permissions using my FTP client.

Any ideas?
Web Design / Critique
January 03, 2006, 07:48:31 PM
I'm wanting to redo my site layout, because I'm slowly starting to dislike it already...

But really I was wondering if some of you would look at it as it is now and let me know what you think of the functionality, layout, etc., so the next one can be as nice as possible.  I know you all have a lot of good ideas when it comes to sites, so if you would just take a moment of your time I would be quite grateful.

Thanks!  ^___^
I made a new layout for my site and I uploaded it, but when I fixed the permissions for my index.php file with my FTP client, it didn't seem to have any effect (same server 500 error or whatnot).  So I used the fix file permissions tool, and now it displays this:

Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_STRING in /home/robynie/public_html/index.php on line 1

I don't know what that means!  :(  I tried reuploading and fixing the permissions both ways again, to the same result.

Please help!