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new ftp user and apache user conflict

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by Barry Bell, Jun 22, 2010.

  1. Barry Bell

    Barry Bell Guest

    A bit of background

    We have virtual Linux hosting with Plesk Panel installed and are using primarily to host WordPress blogs. We have installed 5 or so before we came across this problem.

    Installation Routine
    Logged into Plesk and created a new Domain ‘test.co.uk’ and installed WordPress via the Web Applications. Everything setup correctly and added an ftp user to the account as well as a MySql database for WordPress. Next downloaded a theme from WordPress and installed via WordPress admin. Again all fine and I can edit the theme files from within Editor in admin. Now if I ftp some theme files to my computer and try to upload the files back it says I do not have permission. Alternatively if I upload the theme files individually via ftp everything works except that I can not use Editor within WordPress admin to edit the files.

    I suppose what I want to know is if this is by design or can I get both routes working together and if so how?