403 error – AFTER I got blog to work
I’m so sorry, I’ve searched for over an hour but couldn’t find a thread that would answer my question.
So here’s my problem: This morning (I’ve been trying to resolve this problem for over 8 hours, so I’m desperate!!) I managed to install WordPress on my localhost. I was up running smoothly, so that means that everything should work theoretically; php, mysql, etc., everything ok.
Then, in the admin-area, I wanted to change the content of the ‘About’-page, and that’s where kaka hit the ceiling: ANYTHING I’m trying to access gives me 403.
Now, I’ve managed two times to delete everything and re-transfer all the files on the server, and then things worked fine again (until I tried to modify the about-page, then I always get the errors on EVERY page, also on every page in the admin-area – simply everything is blocked).
Then, once again this happened to me (no, I’m not trying to do the same error 3 times – but it took me quite a while to figure out that it was the editing that messed up everything 🙂 ), but I can’t get the site up running again. I tried deleting and re-transferring a couple of times (and cleared up the whole directory, so there shouldn’t be any hidden files), and still I get 403.
Could anybody help me, PLEASE???
Thanks a lot, Doe
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