ce7 Posted February 26, 2013 Share Posted February 26, 2013 Some servers have software installed that won't allow setting permissions to 777, which is correct. If you try to set them to 777 and the file is accessed, the 500 error occurs. So 755 is correct in your case, or it sounds like it is. The error is saying it can't find the files. Assuming this addon is installed correctly, that is probably failing due to an incorrectly setup configure file. Hi Jack, Thanks for your reply. Yes, the admin folder name I had changed for security reason, which did not updated correctly and made the error message appeared. It is fixed and submitted to the google. Most of them all ok, but there is 1 error message, with the sitemappages.xml, it said it doesn't contain any URLs. I am not sure about this one, could you please help to explain what this mean and how can I fix it? Many thanks in advance. Lyn Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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