Support » Plugin: Easy Cache » Plugin Causes 403 Error On Google PageSpeedInsights

  • What a shame! The plugin gives you a great score on Google PageSpeedInsights.
    But every result contains a note about receiving a 403 response from server.
    Tried different combinations of settings, but no change. Also creates 403 errors whenever a link on site is clicked and blocks requests for authentication with “Activate WP” plugin.

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  • Plugin Author manojtd


    Thanks for the feedback. I wrote this plugin to speed up my own blog when it was on a lousy VPS (Arvixe). Then I moved to InMotion, and the VPS was so fast that I didn’t really need the plugin. And so I stopped working on it. I take your feedback (and the review) as constructive criticism, and will get back to improving the plugin. Thanks!

    Thread Starter idevelopwp


    Really happy to hear that you will be working on plugin! I was elated when I first installed it. Only page speed related plugin installed, and I got a 99 on mobile and desktop first try! I was willing to ignore the 403 issue with Google till I found out that any link clicked resulted in a 403.
    Hope you are able to solve the glitch without hurting the performance as I would love to use just 1 plugin instead of 4.

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