I checked your server. As I've said previously, "All here is about @tilicar mistakes.".
You are doing things on your server without knowing what you're doing and after, you say:
Quote from tilicar
You will tell me maybe: "hey, it is a wordpress problem not I-MSCP". No it is not !
Why at version 1.2.3 work perfect and now not ?
This is so easy to point i-MSCP without thinking more...
In your /etc/imscp/imscp.conf file, I can read:
This means that i-MSCP is configured to use the apache_fcgi httpd server implementation. However, when I look at the phpinfo() result, I can read:
This means that the SAPI in use is not the CGI/FastCGI, which is required when you use the i-MSCP apache_fcgid httpd server implementation, but the Apache 2.0 Handler (php_mod). This explains why you have so many permission problems. Permissions are set according the i-MSCP httpd server implementation and you cannot change things manually without thinking a bit.
To be more clear, the problem here is due to the fact that your are using the php5 apache2 module (Apache 2.0 Handler SAPI) with the mpm_prefork apache2 module. Thus, all PHP scripts (for all your customers) are run by the www-data user. i-MSCP allows to use the php5 apache2 module (Apache 2.0 Handler SAPI) only with the mpm_itk apache2 module which allows to run PHP scripts using unix users created by i-MSCP.
@Backdraft007 was right about user/group problem there...
So now what?
Should I fix your server or just ignore you? I like help people but I don't like to loose my time with those that are doing things without think more, even more when they come here after to cry that something don't work "because i-MSCP" when the reality is that the problems come from their own hands...
Well, I'll fix your server for the last time but you must be aware that there will be a time where we'll simply ignore you.