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Thread: 403 Errors

  1. #16
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    The 403 Forbidden error is an HTTP status code which means that accessing the page or resource you were trying to reach is absolutely forbidden for some reason.

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    Registered User Сwiank's Avatar
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    For such cases, I recommend a special tool This will help to clarify the essence of the problem, is it local or is it on the Web. If the problem is local, then you need to check the files.

  3. #18
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    the information is really useful.

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    Registered User albertocosta's Avatar
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    Generally, the error 403 appears when the user tries to access a content, a directory, etc., of which he does not have the rights. Here are some settings that allow in many cases to unlock access to the URL of the page in question.

    1. disable the adblocker or proxy plugin that are installed on the browser, refresh or close the browser, and then try again to load the URL.
    2. delete the cache in the browser
    3. disable the firewall and create an exception for this page. This solution assumes trust in the site to which the page that responds with an HTTP 403 error belongs.

  5. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by syedmuddassar View Post
    To day i find some 403 errors in My website, But i don't know about 403 errors what is this and why Google bot can't index my website ? and how i can solve this problem?

    Please tel me about this.....
    403 error is forbidden error, it means file deleted from the server, whenever crawler come to this page and see this error "403 forbidden error" then crawler jump to the another page or leave the website. it is a message for Googlebots. Solve this error as soon as or migrate temporary to another page for better UX.
    Last edited by raheel; 03-14-2019 at 05:03 AM.

  6. #21
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    Local PC logs display nothing as errors other than the 403 errors. Pinging and tracerouting remote sites works consistently.

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  8. #23
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    You can try the following methods to fix 403 forbidden error in WordPress:

    1. Roll back any new changes to fix the 403 forbidden error
    2. Fix a corrupted .htaccess file
    3. Fix the 403 forbidden error – plugin related issues
    4. Fix the 403 forbidden error with permission related issues
    5. Contact support to fix the 403 forbidden error
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  9. #24
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    This is HTTP status code, means you are forbidden from access the website. If it is an apache-linux, you may check any .htaccess file under the home directory of your website to see any deny rule is preventing the access. Also ensure that all directory/file permissions are not changed.
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