2012-03-06 2:55 pm EST
Please do not feel that you need to apologize, it's not a bother and we are happy to help. I took a look at this for you and found the following tag in what I believe is Script A in your account:
<form action="/www.domain.com/public_html/cgi-bin/env-variables.pl" method="POST">
I adjusted that path as follows:
<form action="http://www.domain.com/cgi-bin/env-variables.pl" method="POST">
When you link to a file through the full URL (http://domain.com) the public_html directory should not be listed in the path. When you navigate to a domain, you are already in the public_html directory.
You could also edit that tag and use the following root relative path:
<form action="/cgi-bin/env-variables.pl" method="POST">
While looking into this for you I noticed that there are some scripts in your cgi-bin that have file permissions set to 644. Please make sure that scripts in the cgi-bin have permissions set to 755.
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