In order for imagevue to be able to save titles, create thumbnails, and edit themes, you may need to set the correct permissions to your content folder. In technical terms, these settings are called CHMOD.
With most modern servers, you do not need to take any action. Permissions will be automatically given to the Imagevue scripts so they can create thumbnails and save data on your server. However, if you are experiencing errors with the admin when trying to create titles or thumbnails, you may need to set correct permissions for your content folder.
The easiest way to set permissions is to connect to your server with any FTP application, select the content folder and choose properties or attributes. Allow Write and Execute attributes for all users. If you do not use an FTP client, you can connect to FTP through your browser:
ftp://login:password@y[email protected] or ftp://yourdomain.com and enter the login/password manually.
Navigate to your content folder, right-click, choose properties and make sure all users and groups have full permissions, also referred as CHMOD777.
Setting permissions like this simply allows the scripts from imagevue to do certain operations, and save files to your server. Since the scripts are triggered from client web-browsers, permission restrictions are implemented for security reasons.
More information on permissions and CHMOD here: