In cPanel you can find the Fix Permissions by SuperHosting plugin for all of our Linux hosting plans.
Fix Permissions by SuperHosting allows you to quickly and easily fix the permissions for directories, PHP scripts, images, HTML and .htaccess files.
The following file types are checked for incorrect permissions: .htaccess, .php, .shtml, .htm, .html, .css, .js, .jpg, .jpeg, .png, .gif, .swf, .flv.
For an application to run properly on the SuperHosting.BG servers, directories should have 755 permissions and the files – 644 permissions.
Fixing permissions for the whole hosting account
To fix permissions for the whole hosting account and all websites, click on the “Fix permissions” button:
Fixing permissions for a particular directory
You can fix permissions for a particular directory of the hosting account. You need to click on the “Show directories list” (1). You can select a specific directory using the generated list. Click on a particular directory’s name to access the existing subdirectories (2). To fix directory permissions click on the button on the right (3):
If permissions are different from the specified, the website might show an Internal Server Error message.