How to Change File Permissions or Access Rights in cPanel

This time we will provide an explanation of the guide to changing permissions in the cPanel control panel. directly, please follow the guide below.

1. Please login to your cPanel first, and select the FILE MANAGER menu.

Later, if you have clicked the file manager, it will appear as shown below.

2. Select the file you want to change and then right-click on the folder and select Change Permissions. Can be seen in the example below.

3. After that, please check according to the desired access level.

Later, if it has been adjusted to the desired access, please click the change permissions button,

4. to see the results of changing permissions, you can check the contents of the file manager in the image below.

The table above shows how file permissions are displayed on your account. As you can see, there is a permission code on the right side of the screen for each file you own. Keep in mind that different file types and folders must be set according to their respective permissions. An example is as follows:

  • public_html - 750
  • Folders - 755
  • CGI and Perl scripts - 755
  • .html .php and other Document Types - 644

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