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  • Plugin Author gqevu6bsiz

    @gqevu6bsiz

    Hi natnoon,
    Thank you for your feedback and sorry for the convenience.

    I keep getting a 403 Forbidden error

    I just have checking the Admin bar settings(case is Add-on and without Add-on and ‘http’ and ‘https’ and using to WordPress 3.9.1), but I have not error.

    Could you tell me the details for your problem, please?

    • Settings screenshot of Admin bar.
    • That it was done just before to error.
    • Check the permission and content of .htaccess file.
    • Check the security operation of your using server.
    • If when you stop to all plugins other than(but WP Admin UI Customize is active).
    • Check the error of Log file(If you using the Debut mode)

    Thanks,
    gqevu6bsiz

    Hi,
    I can’t make ANY changes to the Admin bar and save them – not even removing the WordPress logo. I would like to have almost nothing in the top left admin bar. I would rather have absolutely nothing on the left admin bar than too much. I am not trying to add anything to it.

    I tried turning off all other plugins and that didn’t help.

    As soon as I click on Save the error page displays.

    .htaccess permissions are 644. What am I looking for in the contents?

    Can you be more specific about what security options on my server you want me to check?

    I am not using Debug mode.

    Thanks,
    Nat.

    Plugin Author gqevu6bsiz

    @gqevu6bsiz

    Hi,
    Thank you for your reply.

    What am I looking for in the contents?

    I think to 403 error is changed the .htaccess file become occasion of something.
    I want to look, whether there is contents of not core WordPress.

    Can you be more specific about what security options on my server you want me to check?

    For example, it mean to IP address restriction, firewall…etc(sorry I don’t know because it depends on server.).

    If you can not try to .htaccess content, Could you try the below, please?

    1. Back up to .htaccess file at the present time.
    2. Change setting to other than your permalink on Settings.
      Other words:
      It will rewrite the contents of the .htaccess.
      Further other words:
      If permalink setting to custom, change to default once.
    3. Check the correctly save to Admin Bar Settings of WP Admin UI Customize.
    4. Return to permalink setting and .haccess file.

    Thanks,
    gqevu6bsiz

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