The following messages is at the top of my dashboard:
<blockquote>Your backup folder MIGHT be visible to the public
To correct this issue, move the .htaccess file from wp-content/plugins/wp-dbmanager to </blockquote>
Looking for someone to solve it.
Rashad Aliyev answers:
Dear friend that's has got an special .htaccess on his folder.
Open wp-content/backup-db Folder,
The script will automatically create a folder called backup-db in the wp-content folder if that folder is writable. If it is not created, please create it and CHMOD it to 777
get .htaccess file from Folder: wp-content/plugins/wp-dbmanager
to Folder: wp-content/backup-db
If you still need help then I'm here..
Oscar Bravo comments:
Thanks for solving the problem.
Rashad Aliyev comments:
I'm glad to help you.
Nile Flores answers:
You only need 1 htaccess file in your root and none in your wp-content. (for those in cPanel - within your public_html folder... for windows/ Plesk.... httpdocs folder). Unfortunately, just moving it will only try to re-write the one already in your main folder.
You can put all you need for blocking the htaccess to certain folders in that one instance of your .htaccess.
Either log in to your File manager or log onto your account through FTP, and go to your folder wp-content/plugins/wp-dbmanager
I would recommend downloading that file and then remove it.
On your own computer, copy the information inside and then insert it into your existing .htaccess file in your public_html folder (or cooresponding folder for whatever type of hosting you have.)
To kind of give you an idea of how to secure the folder... in case that is needed, check out:
(How to Secure Your WordPress Blog - aka Hardening your site's security)
Nile Flores comments:
Hmm... I looked this up... Might want to have a look and see if this might help.