Problem with editting

marcin_tomas
11 Posts
marcin_tomas posted this 04 March 2021

Hello,

I can't edit my template on joomla site.
When I click "edit template" it's showing this:

Insufficient permissions.
The theme cannot be edited. Please make sure that the user and group running web server is granted the appropriate read, write and execute(linux only) permissions on the following folders. As well as read and write permission on the files in these folders:

/home/users/kuczro01/public_html/muzeummleka.pl/administrator/templates/isis
/home/users/kuczro01/public_html/muzeummleka.pl/templates
/home/users/kuczro01/public_html/muzeummleka.pl/language
/home/users/kuczro01/public_html/domains/muzeummleka.pl/public_html/tmp
Path to Temp Folder is wrong

How to do this for MacOS or Linux systems:

login ssh/terminal under privileged user, get sufficient access rights if need using sudo or su to make next changes
cd {root}
chmod -R u=rwX,g=rX folder_name
For example: chmod -R u=rwX,g=rX app/code/local
chown -R <user>:<group> folder_name
For example: chown -R apache:apache app/code/local
Note: It is general approach. We would recommend that you ask your hosting administrator to grant access permissions for listed folders and files.

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Hello, I can't edit my template on joomla site. When I click "edit template" it's showing this: Insufficient permissions. The theme cannot be edited. Please make sure that the user and group running web server is granted the appropriate read, write and execute(linux only) permissions on the following folders. As well as read and write permission on the files in these folders: /home/users/kuczro01/public_html/muzeummleka.pl/administrator/templates/isis /home/users/kuczro01/public_html/muzeummleka.pl/templates /home/users/kuczro01/public_html/muzeummleka.pl/language /home/users/kuczro01/public_html/domains/muzeummleka.pl/public_html/tmp Path to Temp Folder is wrong How to do this for MacOS or Linux systems: login ssh/terminal under privileged user, get sufficient access rights if need using sudo or su to make next changes cd {root} chmod -R u=rwX,g=rX folder_name For example: chmod -R u=rwX,g=rX app/code/local chown -R &lt;user&gt;:&lt;group&gt; folder_name For example: chown -R apache:apache app/code/local Note: It is general approach. We would recommend that you ask your hosting administrator to grant access permissions for listed folders and files. Cancel
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 05 March 2021

Hello,

Please check permissions as suggested in the message. Besides, some third-party plugins can cause such issue, so we recommend to try disabling them temporarily and clearing cache. Then re-open the theme.

Sincerely,
Nettie

Hello, Please check permissions as suggested in the message. Besides, some third-party plugins can cause such issue, so we recommend to try disabling them temporarily and clearing cache. Then re-open the theme. Sincerely, Nettie
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