I've been making quit a bit of updates to my site in the last few weeks and today I got a message that my client was unable to write to server, to check settings and try again.
I hadn't changed any settings and server 4 looks fine and dandy.
I noticed in my ftp server settings I have a blank path line, which has been no problem previously . . .
I doubt that it is the blank line. That error usually refers to when you don't have permissions to a folder. It may of been that somehow a folder permission's were changed. If it is a sub folder in the "public_html" directory then make sure the folder is set to 644.
If it is not a sub folder then reply to this post with the permissions for "public_html"
Cheers I'll take a look-see.
You probably first have to change the permissions of the folder (to 644 usually) as mentioned by asap170.
I see what the problem is, al of my disk space is used - I may be uploading the site repeatedly into nested files? Not sure - can somebody tale a look?
Ah ok shortcut = public_html folder w/ red arrow on it, making sense.
Still unsure why I'm using all disk space when site is so small.
Typically I manually move files using the (server 4) file manager by adding files and folders to clipboard from <mydomain> and copying them to <mydomain/public_html>.
Maybe I'm doing something bass-ackwards?
Thanks for the 101 and patience Bondings.
@inoshi, the disk space issue is fixed now - at least it seems to be about 100MB now. I guess it was counted several times due to file moves. If you go to the site statistics of your domain, you can click the update button next to the disk space used to update it.
By the way, the files should go into domains/<domain_name>/public_html/ . It seems that in your root you have a whole copy of your domain - that I guess can be removed. (although maybe take a backup of it just to be sure it doesn't contain some important files)
iWeb wants to publish site in a directory of <mydomain>. Not sure if there is a work around for this or not, but it means I always have to manually move files when I publish.
Secondly, how do I reset directory structure for<mydomain>? I deleted everything then reset up site and created a public_html directory. The default directories are gone (stats, awstst, logs, etc.) or does it matter . . . ?