Movable Type permissions changing to 666
When working with Movable Type you may want to use a specific language for the program's default language. This is the language that you will see when not logged in. This has no effect on the page content. Only the administration area is affected so all buttons, field names, and directive paragraphs will display in the default language. Note that this setting is for display of the site for anyone that is not logged in. Once logged in, the user's preferred profile language will take over. Below are the instruction for setting the default language for your Movable Type application.
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Setting up Movable Type
|1.||How to Install Movable Type with Softaculous|
|2.||How to log into your Movable Type admin dashboard|
|3.||Resetting Your Password in Movable Type|
|4.||How to Set Your Movable Type Homepage|
|5.||Movable Type permissions changing to 666|
|6.||How to change the default language in Movable Type|
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|7.||Using the Filtering Interface in the Movable Type Administrator|