Support » Plugin: Shortcode Exec PHP » [Plugin: Shortcode Exec PHP] 403 error

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  • Plugin Contributor M66B

    (@m66b)

    HTTP error 403 means forbidden. Probably another plugin is blocking the requests of Shortcode Exec PHP. Did you install any anti-spam plugin recently? Also possible is that your hosting provider has put some ant-spam measurement in place. To be sure, try another browser too.

    Will look at it in the morning,

    Thanks for the reply

    I have exactly the same problem and really need to update my script. I’ve tried disabling all plugins and still 403 error

    Plugin Contributor M66B

    (@m66b)

    403 means forbidden. This error originates from your hosting server. If you have access to the server log, take a look at them to see if you can find the cause. Else you will have to ask support from your hosting provider.

    Thanks Marcel for the quick reply!

    I will call the hosting company. In the meantime I might have a workaround by directly editing the shortcode in the database but can’t find it. When you save the shortcode script, where does it actually save the contents to?

    Plugin Contributor M66B

    (@m66b)

    Shortcodes are stored as options.
    You may be able to find them more easily by searching for their names.

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