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control-panels:cpanel-whm:cpanel-file-manager [2019/10/10 14:48]
Karson N.
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Jonathan K. W. [Enabling Hidden files]
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 In this guide we will be going over various aspects of the cPanel File Manager. In this guide we will be going over various aspects of the cPanel File Manager.
  
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 ===== Enabling Hidden files ===== ===== Enabling Hidden files =====
  
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 To enable this; you'll want to login to your cPanel File Manager. To enable this; you'll want to login to your cPanel File Manager.
  
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 Most hidden files are going to be located within the root document directory. This is typically always going to be 'public_html'; so we'll load that folder. Most hidden files are going to be located within the root document directory. This is typically always going to be 'public_html'; so we'll load that folder.
  
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 We'll want to click the "Settings" button at the top right of the screen; it is highlighted by the red outline. We'll want to click the "Settings" button at the top right of the screen; it is highlighted by the red outline.
  
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 This will bring up a configuration window; we'll want to click "Show Hidden Files" and save our changes. This will bring up a configuration window; we'll want to click "Show Hidden Files" and save our changes.
  
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 After you click save, the cPanel File Manager window will reload automatically and our .htaccess file will be showing like the following example. After you click save, the cPanel File Manager window will reload automatically and our .htaccess file will be showing like the following example.
  
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 As you can see the hidden file .htaccess now shows within the file listing and can be modified like all the other files. As you can see the hidden file .htaccess now shows within the file listing and can be modified like all the other files.
  
 +This will allow you to edit the .htaccess file for modifications such as .htaccess rules through cPanel's Edit interface.
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 ===== Deleting Files/Folders ===== ===== Deleting Files/Folders =====
  
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 You'll want to get inside your file manager. You'll want to get inside your file manager.
  
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 Once you're inside; you'll want to navigate to the folder you want to remove files in. For our example; our files are located within the public_html and so we'll access it by double clicking the folder to enter. Once you're inside; you'll want to navigate to the folder you want to remove files in. For our example; our files are located within the public_html and so we'll access it by double clicking the folder to enter.
  
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 Now you'll want to notice the far right column regarding permissions and identify which ones are marked as '000' Now you'll want to notice the far right column regarding permissions and identify which ones are marked as '000'
  
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 We're going to attempt to delete the folder titled "example1", so we'll right click it and go to 'delete'. We're going to attempt to delete the folder titled "example1", so we'll right click it and go to 'delete'.
  
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 You'll get a window like this asking if you want to delete this file. You'll get a window like this asking if you want to delete this file.
  
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 If we click delete we'll experience the following error. If we click delete we'll experience the following error.
  
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 This error occurs because the File Manager default function cannot move this folder to ./trash; as it doesn't have the proper permissions to do so. This error occurs because the File Manager default function cannot move this folder to ./trash; as it doesn't have the proper permissions to do so.
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 We'll use the skip trash function in this example; We'll use the skip trash function in this example;
  
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 The folder is now removed. The folder is now removed.
  
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 That's all there is to it when it comes to deleting files or folders! That's all there is to it when it comes to deleting files or folders!
  
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 ===== Adjusting File/Folder Permissions ===== ===== Adjusting File/Folder Permissions =====
  
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 <code> <code>
-Value Permission +  Value   Permission 
-4 read (r) +  4   read (r) 
-2 write (w) +  2   write (w) 
-1 execute (x)+  1   execute (x)
 </code> </code>
  
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 In order to adjust permissions; you'll want to be within the File Manager of your cPanel account. In order to adjust permissions; you'll want to be within the File Manager of your cPanel account.
  
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 You'll then navigate to the folder that retains the files or folders you want to modify; in our case we'll use public_html You'll then navigate to the folder that retains the files or folders you want to modify; in our case we'll use public_html
  
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 Once inside; we'll look at 'example1.php' -- this file errors when attempting to modify it due to the permissions being set as 000. Once inside; we'll look at 'example1.php' -- this file errors when attempting to modify it due to the permissions being set as 000.
  
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 We'll want to adjust the permissions by right clicking the file > Change Permissions We'll want to adjust the permissions by right clicking the file > Change Permissions
  
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 You'll see a with configurable checkboxes to adjust the permissions You'll see a with configurable checkboxes to adjust the permissions
  
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 We'll want to set 644 as shown in the following screenshot; then click on "Change permissions" We'll want to set 644 as shown in the following screenshot; then click on "Change permissions"
  
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 The permissions will be changed and the file will be accessible again. The permissions will be changed and the file will be accessible again.
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