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How to Fix a 403 Forbidden Error on Your WordPress Site

Hey, Are you Seeing an error on your WordPress site can be frustrating and deflating? Here is a detailed guide in two steps to fix this error 🙂 The two most likely causes of the 403 Forbidden Error on WordPress are:

  Corrupt .htaccess file

The .htaccess the file is a basic configuration file used by the Apache web server. You can use it to set up redirects, restrict access to all or some of your sites, etc.
  1. Login to Cpanel And navigate file manager
  2. Find the .htaccess file in the root folder or Public_html
  3. Download a copy of the file to your computer (it’s always a good idea to have a backup just in case 🙂
  4. Delete the .htaccess file from your server.
generate a new, clean .htaccess file:
  • Go to Settings → Permalinks in your WordPress dashboard
  • Click Save Changes at the bottom of the page
Thanks, me later 🙂

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