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How do I find the web adress of a file

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  1. lordnikon5476

    lordnikon5476 Member

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    Hey, I'm trying to find the web adress of a file in my file management. How do I find it's adress, it's like this:

    folderA
    folderB
    folderC
    folderD

    then in folder B
    Folder E
    Folder F

    Then in folder F of folder B, there is file A

    what is the web adress of file A

    Thanks for your time.
     
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    tried that, and so many others, doesnt work

    its in a folder, thats in a folder in the file management system of my cpanel

    Im using a mysql database if that would somehow need to go into the address
     
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    You might want to check he permissions of the file and folders in that case. make sure that the permissions are 644
     
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    oooooh, thats it thank you, I was having so much trouble :)
     
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    Sorry, How do I change the permissions of multiple files at once?
     
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    you can do this only if you have shell access to the server.

    `chown -R 644 folder*`

    Otherwise i'm afraid you're looking at doing it the hard way.
     
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    Actually, many FTP clients allow to chmod by selecting the files. If yours does not - download the GPL Filezilla at filezilla.sourceforge.net. It as a excellant client and will allow you to select files and change them all at once.
     
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