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Mystery File in Cpanel

Old May 9, 2009, 10:45 PM
2 posts · Apr 2009
I found a couple of files that I'm questioning and where they need be and if they go with the theme. I checked against my upload and it didn't show the file. Also when I go to options are you only suppose to have the area where you can change the fonts, colors etc? I have noticed some people talking about a CSS change file and wonder if this is that file.
Here's the file names:

.wysiwygPro_edit_1c1ae65fe9828eb6d3cee4edacf90018. php 5 k 0666
.wysiwygPro_preview_1c1ae65fe9828eb6d3cee4edacf900 18.php
Thanks for the help
Old May 10, 2009, 08:24 AM
3 posts · May 2009
Hello ChronicChick

You needn't worry about those files.

Those files are generated when a user in cPanel utilizes the file editor in the "File Manager" section of cPanel admin area.
These are for the most part "temp" files when a user is using the wysiwyg editor.

Again, no worries m8.



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