Support » Plugin: WP Ajaxify Comments » plugin update then 403 (Forbidden) error

  • Shane


    I just got this plugin working last week, I think I remember just recently updating this plugin, now I get a 403 (Forbidden) error when I try to add a comment

    I also want to note that there is no error text in the red bar at the top of the window when the plugin is trying to display the error….

    I had originally got the plugin working by adding the following to functions.php

    function mytheme_enqueue_comment_reply() {
    // on single blog post pages with comments open and threaded comments
    if ( is_singular() && comments_open() && get_option( ‘thread_comments’ ) ) {
    // enqueue the javascript that performs in-link comment reply fanciness
    wp_enqueue_script( ‘comment-reply’ );
    // Hook into wp_enqueue_scripts
    add_action( ‘wp_enqueue_scripts’, ‘mytheme_enqueue_comment_reply’ );

    found the code here //

    Anyways, anyone have any ideas why I’d be getting a 403 error now?

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  • Shane


    I also want to note that sometimes the text in the red error message at the top of the window is displaying the content text from the blog post page that I happen to be on sometimes…..

    I am hesitant on paying for a $30 support ticket if this is going to be a constant issue with updates…….



    One more thing……. there are no js errors initially on the page, there are no js errors when i click the reply button and the comment textarea appears where its supposed to, but then i get 1 js error after i try submitting the comment…

    GET 403 (Forbidden)


    [WP Ajaxify Comments] Comment has not been posted

    [WP Ajaxify Comments] Try to extract error message (selector: ‘p:parent’)…

    Plugin Author weweave


    The 403 error response, sounds like an error that is not caused by our plugin. You can deactivate the plugin and post a comment. If this still leads into the 403 error (and I think it will), you can try to find the reason in your theme or another plugin.

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