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Chmod permissions are part concerning the rights to read, write or execute a file. They also apply to files also named directories. There are also other rights are rights groups and the owners of these files or folders (directories) but these are not editable on shared hosting.
In this tutorial we will use the "FTP Client" FileZilla famous and free. This is a free software like Guppy.
It is possible to chmod the files and / or folders one by one or in groups. In the example below, we will select an arbitrary group of files (blue background in the right window (2) So on the server).
These beings could chmodes simultaneously if necessary.
Chmod the selected folder only.
Chmod selected and all the subfolders it may contain once (recursive chmod) file
Chmod all files in the selected folder and all files contained in subfolders but not the files themselves (recursive chmod)
To make or chmod, you have to right-click the selection, which will have the effect of bring up a context menu that you can see below and which is No. 3
We then left-click on the selected blue background online: Access rights to the file ...
This will have the effect of opening the window # 3 below :
As regards the values of chmod to apply, see this help