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After searching around I finally came upon this link: http://wpengine.com/support/file-permissions/ All you have to do is go to your Wordpress dashboard and click the WP Engine link in the left side panel, scroll down just a little bit and click on the button that says “Reset File Permissions”, see image below:
Short Answer: No A different question is: Will uploading a large number of files in WordPress affect performance? The answer to this: Most likely not. Reason: WordPress uses the DB to get a list of uploaded files (almost no difference for many files) FTP uses the filesystem (slower for many files) Details: WordPress does not list the directory ...
Well, does it affect site performance? If you are not noticing in actual site operation then likely not, at least at your number of files. There are performance considerations for large amounts of files. Budget hosts (which know what they are doing) typically even put in explicit limits on filesystem usage. However in WordPress operation you are not ...
I managed to solve this issue by switching from PHP version 5.5 to version 5.4
I tried to get my head around this yesterday and I came pretty close solving this issue. But i gave up in the end, cause it was getting too complicated, when start thinking about all the tools, that you want to include/exclude. If you still wanna do this on your own, these two filters are your friend: attachment_fields_to_edit & ...
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