Reply To: Plugin Wants "755" Permissions on wp-content

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traversal # Posted on June 13, 2013 at 1:15 pm
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Hey there. The 755 permissions dialog is something we’ll be changing in 1.0.1 – it will no longer appear. We’re also changing the location for uploaded files to be underneath uploads, since it’s generally more guaranteed that the uploads directory is already writeable in a WordPress installation. More info here:

https://www.masterpressplugin.com/2013/05/content-in-101

I’d advise running the latest beta if you can. We’ll be releasing the final version of 1.0.1 soon.

“Masterplan” is the word we chose to represent the overall setup of your post types, taxonomies, roles, field sets and fields. So the plugin is still called MasterPress, but the menu is labelled “masterplan”. Kind of like W3TotalCache’s main menu is “Performance”, for example.

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