File doesnt exist?


#1

I’m totally new to this stuff, so please let me know if I need to provide more info.

I did a one-click install of Wordpress and it downloaded fine to a domain of my choosing. I then proceeded to muck with the files and directories, specifically changing the permissions so I could edit the wordpress css files I installed. Now for some reason when I try to access the “blog” directory it gives me the following message:
The directory /xxxxxxx.com/blog does not exist or could not be selected, so the directory / is shown instead.
The permissions I gave the directory are 775. If I try to chmod the directory again I get this message:
“The directory /xxxxxxx.com/blog could not be selected - you may not have sufficient rights to view this directory, or it may not exist.”

Anyone have any idea what happened?? I’m lost! Thanks!


#2

Set it to 755. If you’re having problems with your FTP program, try WebFTP via the panel under Domains -> Manage Domains.

You shouldn’t need to change permissions to edit the css file.

-Scott