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You can change permissions through cpanel file manager, or through FTP. If your files have the wrong permissions is probably because you uploaded them with a FTP client. For some reason Filezilla and some other FTP clients upload files with 664 permisions, but that causes a 500 error on our servers. You need to change php to 644. In Filezilla, if that's what you're using, you can just right click the file and select Change Permissions. You can also change all files and all files in subdirectories as well by checking the Recurse Into Subdirectories box.

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