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How to fix Error 500, CHMOD 777?

What to do if your website shows Error 500, CHMOD 777?

Our servers are configured to maximize your security and your data security.

That why we have set up our servers with SUPHP.

If you get a 500 error, we invite you to change the CHMOD of your files.

Either: 755 for the folders and 644 for the php files.

You can do this very easily with the "FileZilla" FTP software (available for free) or via your cPanel (with the file manager).

If the problem still persists, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Updated on: 22/03/2023

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