After enabling WP Super Cache, I hit the Test Cache button, but I get:
Fetching http://mydomain/ to prime cache: OK Fetching first copy of http://mydomain/: OK (1.html) Fetching second copy of http://mydomain/: OK (2.html) One or more page requests failed: Page 1: 403 (Forbidden) Page 2: 403 (Forbidden)
If I open a browser, and go to:
Forbidden You don't have permission to access / on this server. Additionally, a 403 Forbidden error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.
The site is working properly.
.htaccess is a symbolic link to subdir/.htacces, and is writable. I checked: WP Super Cache ads the correct information to htaccess when settings are changed (double checked).
I disabled and deleted the cache, but after enabling, I got the same error.
chmod 755 did not change anything.
mod_rewrite is on.
What can I do to use WP Super Cache for my site?
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