A resolve to this problem is the difference between moving all my websites from Heart Internet’s hosting to another hosting service.
I currently host 3 Word Press blogs among all of my clients sites on Hearts server. Plugins are causing 403 Forbidden on my domains http://www.webtechglobal.co.uk is the one its happening on right now.
Hearts resolve is UNUNISTALL the plugin. It was the answer many weeks ago when this problem came about and is the answer today. I warned them about the bad press of me writing posts like this but I need to explain my problem and provide information to get the best response possible right?
So Heart are telling me that their server does not allow a permanent server process and plugins evidently cause this. Their server automatically closes the domain on detecting such a process.
I can trigger the problem by using any Twitter plugin or currently when I post on my blog while using SEO Smart Links plugin. So I do a post then if I do an update WHAM! screen shows big 403 Forbidden error because the server counts the update as permanent process I think. I guess because its a follow up from the original post. Maybe I’m wrong, no expert.
Is there any solution, I can’t see much online about this?
Anyone worked with Heart hosting before and how did it go?
Do plugin scripts really do anything that needs such tight measures or restrictions?
Can you recommend a reseller hosting that would allow me to host word press blogs without such issues?
Thanks for any input and I will pass comments straight to heart internet so they can improve their support for Word Press blogs.
WebTechGlobal (Ryan Bayne)
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