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How file permissions work
Most current file systems have methods of administrating permissions or access rights to specific users and groups of users. These systems control the ability of the users to view or make changes to the contents of the filesystem.
If you have configured a Dreamweaver remote server, once you put the files on the server, they will automatically have permissions to be read, written, and executed by everyone.
However, this is not true for all servers and sometimes you have to set the permissions manually using an FTP application.
FTP apps ("clients") allow you to set permissions for files and directories on your remote host. This function is often called chmod.
Web Admin needs access to write to files in its project directory to enable certain functions.
What is chmod
The chmod command (abbreviated from change mode) is a Unix command that lets a user tell the system how much (or little) access it should permit to a file.
Setting file permissions to Web Admin Gallery
Web Admin Gallery directories and files that are included in the project folder need to be set to chmod 777 in order to work properly. Chmod 777 changes the permissions of the file to so that it can be read, written, and executed by everyone.
Open your FTP client (such as FileZilla) and locate the 'webadmin' folder on your site (the name of the folder could be different, depending on how you've named the webadmin in Dreamweaver).
Inside the 'webadmin' folder there is a directory called project. Right-click on that directory and select 'File Permissions'.
A popup screen will appear. Just delete the numeric value and enter the number you need - in this case it's 777. Make sure the "Recurse into subdirectories" checkbox is checked. Then click OK.