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  • Resolved alfredorebelocom


    after upgrading to version 3.4.1.
    When I create or edit a new post, aoarece me this message.

    You don’t have permission to access /site/wp-admin/post.php on this server.
    Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.”

    only works back after empty the browser cache.

    please, help me!

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  • Can you post your site URL so that we can have a look at your site and locate the cause of the problem?

    Try to deactivate all your plugins, revert to Twenty Eleven Theme and see if the problem persists. If it resolves the issue, it means that the problem is caused by your theme or one or more plugins.

    The problem was the theme.

    Thank you.

    Glad to note that you could fix the problem!

    I recently updated my WordPress installs to 3.5.1. I am a hosting reseller with over 20 websites on this server. These WordPress installations have been functioning for several months, each with updates to plug-ins and the WordPress core as they became available without any issue. All the installations in root directories are still working correctly following the update. This indicates to me that there is not issue with the host’s security settings.

    The installations I have in subdirectories return an error identical to the one above with some slight variation dependent on what change I am attempting to complete in the dashboard.

    Can you provide me with information on how to resolve this issue as I often install WordPress in a subdirectory when the site is under development.

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