I am using a CMS called Jekyll to build a website. My understanding of jekyll at this point is that it helps me to generate static web pages by providing me a simple boilerplate for a website and allowing me to use sass.
Due to permissions issues with Atom.io not allowing me to save my files, I have set most of my files to 777. Jekyll is very convenient by taking my files and generating a _site folder which contains the actual generated html documents and css. Most of these files within the _site folder seem to have the same permissions of 777. I did not set the permissions of this specific folder manually so I do not know if this my unintentional doing or if it is the way it is supposed to be.
I will very soon be handing this _site folder over to a hosting service in order for them to make the website live. My question is what file permissions should I set for the files in this folder before I submit it to the hosting service in order to avoid problems with security, access, other things?