I despise those that can't take 5 seconds to research an answer. You have the gall to advertise yourself as a web content developer, but you can't figure out how to do the most trivial of research, and expect us to provide you with the knowledge to build your business.
You just made a change to your server, using an application that you have no idea what it does. You could have spent another 5 seconds looking up chmod to see what it does. You would have been 5 seconds smarter, and less apt to have to ask a simple question next time you run across permissions errors. And you would have been able to answer your own question.
Real developers take pride in figuring out things on their own. They take the time to do the research so that when someone asks them a question about what they are doing, they can answer it. I have a bug in my application that I have been working on for 2 weeks. After going through all of my code line by line to make sure that I had not done something wrong, I am about to begin troubleshooting some of the libraries I have been using to see if the problem resides there. If after that I still have a problem, then I will ask. In the meantime, I know my code inside and out; I know why I made the programming choices that I did, and I can defend those choices. After going through the libraries, I will know them inside and out, and will be able to intelligently answer questions about their use. Development and programming is all about the ability to research and learn. You have the Internet, you should be able to research anything.
In short, if you don't like the help you are getting here, you can simply go elsewhere. If you want to take the time to research and can demonstrate to the rest of us that you actually took some of your own time to try and figure out the problem, then we are happy to help. If you are too lazy to try and figure things out on your own, why should anyone else bother to waste our time helping you?
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Oh, and you are welcome. I still helped you find the answer, didn't I?