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04/08/2022 03:44:02 PM (2 years ago)
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  • Ticket #53141, comment 4

    initial v1  
    88==== root directory is not writable to edit `web.config`
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    10 1. Error: The root directory of your site is not [https://wordpress.org/support/article/changing-file-permissions/ writable], so creating a file automatically was not possible. Create a new file called `web.config` in the root directory of your site. Then select and copy the URL rewrite rule below, and insert the entire code into the `web.config` file.
    11    Error: The root directory of your site is not [https://wordpress.org/support/article/changing-file-permissions/ writable], so creating a file automatically was not possible. This is the URL rewrite rule you should have in your `web.config` file. Create a new file called `web.config` in the root directory of your site. Click in the field and press `Ctrl + A` (or `⌘ + A`) to select all. Then insert this code into the `web.config` file.
     101. Error: The root directory of your site is not [https://wordpress.org/support/article/changing-file-permissions/ writable], so creating a file automatically was not possible. This is the URL rewrite rule you should have in your `web.config` file. Create a new file called `web.config` in the root directory of your site. Click in the field and press `Ctrl + A` (or `⌘ + A`) to select all. Then insert this code into the `web.config` file.
    12112. If you temporarily make your site's root directory writable to generate the `web.config` file automatically, do not forget to revert the permissions after the file has been created.
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