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Wordpress Error: Unable to create directory
In order to fix this error please login to the Wordpress dashboard ( http://www.domainname.com/wp-admin ) and access the Miscellaneous settings. Find the uploads path specified, it will most likely be specified as:/wp-content/uploads/Change it to read:wp-content/uploads/ - without a beginning slashAfter the first " / " is deleted, save settings and that will fix this error.
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