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HTTP Error 403 – Forbidden

If you get “You are not authorized to view this page. (403 error)” message when trying to login into your WordPress website, you’ve encountered one of the most common WordPress errors – the HTTP Error 403.

HTTP 403 ERROR CAUSE:

  • Problems with Directory Indexes if your blog is hosted on a Windows server

HTTP 403 ERROR SOLUTION:

Add index.php to the Directory Indexes. You can solve this WordPress error easily by adding index.php to the Directory Indexes. Just go to your Control Panel -> Web Options -> Directory Indexes and add index.php.

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