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Hi,

I'm trying to make some Wordpress and Joomla installations read-only.

I'm using these permissions:

dirs: 555 files: 444 .htaccess: 404 php config file: 404

Is that correct?

Thank you,

asked 05 Apr, 15:59

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Yes, those permissions are correct for read-only.

Note, however, that if you set those permissions throughout your application directories, you may have problems uploading media, installing plugins, etc, as those actions require write permissions.

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answered 05 Apr, 23:25

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edited 05 Apr, 23:25

Nice! That's exactly what I want :) No media, no plugins, no updates. I'll loose to update.

(05 Apr, 23:39) Frank Herbert Frank%20Herbert's gravatar image
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