My Dedicated Server running Fedora Core 2 - chmod only one d

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I have a dedicated server. It's running Fedora Core 2 and Plesk. I only have one ip address. I have one client with five domains.
How can I change the file permissions for one of these domains? I'm using Putty to SSH my server (using the ip address) and logging in using my general username and password. What exactly is the command to change the root file file permissions for just one domain.

When I only have one domain and one ip address, I would type:
CHMOD -a 744
or CHMOD 755 <filename>

But I'm confused now with the multiple domains. Anybody know what exactly I need to type when I logged into my server?

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