Are you facing a server error 403 forbidden? Have you found a way to fix it or not? Okay, whether you found a solution or not, this tutorial might be very helpful since its based on what I have personally been going through and now that I found the solution which I decided to share.
Like you know, am a web developer and do use different applications when trying to access some of my clients sites for time saving but this time round and after installing some security add-ons, I faced a problem of the servers returning http error 403 which meant that I was forbidden to access those pages.
Surely, this pissed me off like I know it did to you who have ever gone through this and I without knowing what I had to do in the first place, a single click on every site using the admin interface made me have the problem solved.
If you really run the site and have the admin privileges, then you can easily fix the 403 forbidden access error very easily with the solution being to deactivate the plugin or add-on you installed, and or to disable part of its features with an example being a spambots redirection to a different page.
When a 403 error occurs, its a sign that the page one I’d trying to access is forbidden for access by either applications or generally and something which is done by the website owner with an intention of locking out particular parts being forbidden.
You can solve this if you are the web owner and or simply contact support if you are just an end user of the service.
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