The HTTP 403 is quite common on modern websites, and is shown when you are forbidden to access the page, hence its name. Majority of the time, there is nothing you can do as a user to fix this, but there are a few things that you can try. The 403 error page is a good one to customize on your website, so here are the instructions on how to customize the 403 error page on your website.
You are most likely shown this error because you tried to access a page that is forbidden for you to visit by the server. This may be accidental, or purposeful. This error is commonly called things like “HTTP Error 403”, “Error 403: Forbidden”, or “Forbidden - You do not have permission to view this page”. Below are a few things you can try to get this error resolved.
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The HTTP 403 error can be an annoying one for both visitors and administrators. This error is one of the reasons why testing before deployment is always necessary!
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